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GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA 

SPECIAL PAPERS 

NUMBER 23 



BIBLIOGRAPHIC INDEX 

OF 

NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN 
CEPHALOPODA 



BY 

E. M. KINDLE 

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A. K. MILLER 




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BIBLIOGRAPHIC INDEX 

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PREFACE 

The present publication is the first unit to be issued of a bibliographic 
index which is intended to fill the gap between Weller's Bibliographic 
index of North American Carboniferous invertebrates and Bassler's Biblio- 
graphic index of American Ordovician and Silurian fossils. Other units, 
of which there will be nine, are to be published in the order in which they 
are completed. 

Except for accidental omissions, references are included to all literature 
on North American Devonian cephalopods published prior to January 1, 
1939. However, like all works of its kind, this index is almost certainly 
incomplete. The writers will appreciate having errors and omissions 
called to their attention, so that, if a second edition of this work is pub- 
lished, it will be as nearly accurate and complete as possible. 

The portions of this index that deal with ammonoids appear to be 
based almost entirely on the junior author's monograph of the Devonian 
ammonoids of America, but, as a matter of fact, the manuscript for the 
present publication was completed first. The order of publication was 
deliberately reversed so that references to the Monograph could be in- 
cluded in the index. It should perhaps be stated here that many of the 
concepts employed in the Monograph and therefore in the index are to a 
considerable extent the results of the summary works on Paleozoic am- 
monoids by such able paleontologists as Clarke, Delepine, Freeh, Hyatt, 
Matern, Schmidt, Wedekind, Zittel, and particularly Schindewolf. Also, 
in the compilation of the index, full use was of course made of Freeh's 
Ammoneae Devonicae, though for the American forms this catalogue is 
surprisingly incomplete. Bassler and Kellett's recently issued Biblio- 
graphic index of Paleozoic Ostracoda has served as a model for our work. 

During the last 1J decades a growing tendency has developed to restrict 
the scope of nautiloid genera, and it has become generally recognized 
that the number of existing genera and families is not so great as the 
diversity within the group justifies. A bibliographic index, however, is 
not the place to establish new biological units but should be merely a 
summary of what has been done. We have therefore of necessity allowed 
most of the genera and families concerned more latitude than we would in a 
monographic revision, for example. Also, for the sake of expedience we 
have used a few generic and family names, particularly Acleistoceras, 
Michelinoceras, and Poterioceratidae, in a very broad, inclusive sense. 

Many of the older specific descriptions are not accompanied by illus- 
trations and are not remarkable for their clarity or their completeness. A 



Vi INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

proper understanding of a large percentage of the species represented by 
these descriptions can come only from a restudy of the types, if they have 
not been lost. In order not to delay the completion of the present work 
indefinitely, we have made no attempt to locate and restudy type speci- 
mens but have relied solely on the published information. When this 
information was so inadequate that considerable doubt existed as to the 
generic affinities of a species, we have indicated the uncertainty by the use 
of an interrogation point immediately after the generic name, but we 
probably have not used these points as freely as we should. The generally 
accepted classification of the nautiloid cephalopods is based primarily on 
the structure of the siphuncle. Since, in most of the older descriptions 
the nature of the siphuncle is not considered, it is in many cases very diffi- 
cult, if not impossible, to determine from the literature the affinities of 
long-established species; we have of course classified such species to the 
best of our ability by comparing them with similar forms of which the 
siphuncular structure is known. 

Mention should also be made of the more or less cordate or shield-shaped 
bodies with concentric growth-lines, which Clarke and others regarded as 
phyllopod crustaceans and placed in the genera Spathiocaris, Cardiocaris, 
Discinocaris, Pholadocaris, and others. Many of these are known from 
the Devonian of New York, and various paleontologists have at one time 
or another regarded certain of them as goniatite opercula. However, we 
are very uncertain as to their affinities, and, after careful consideration, 
have decided not to include references to them in this bibliographic index. 

A list of the various North American Devonian formations is included 
in this first unit of the index to be published, and the approximate areal 
distribution and position in the Devonian system of each of these forma- 
tions are indicated. This list will, of course, not be republished in the 
succeeding units. 

The senior author is indebted to Dr. R. S. Bassler for access to a set of 
references to American Paleozoic fossils in the United States National 
Museum. Dr. J. M. Weller kindly permitted the use of references from a 
manuscript Devonian card catalogue compiled by the late Professor Stuart 
Weller. Miss A. E. Wilson helped with the abstracting of the literature 
during one stage of the work. The United States National Research 
Council contributed to the cost of the typing. Other financial assistance, 
which made this work possible, was received from The Geological Society 
of America, the Wagner Free Institute of Science, and, particularly, Mr. 
F. 0. Thompson of Des Moines. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



(The same abbreviation is used for variant forms and like terms in 
other languages.) 



Abh Abhandlungen 

Abstr Abstract 

Abt Abteilung, Abtheilung 

Acad Academie 

Accad Accademia 

Adv Advancement 

Akad Akademie 

Ala Alabama 

Am American 

Anim Animalischen 

Ann Annals, Annual 

Appd Appendix 

Arch Archiv, Archivos 

Ark Arkansas 

Art Article 

Assoc Association 

Avanc Avancement 

Bd Band 

Beil Beilage 

Beitr Beitrage 

Belg Belgique 

Ber Berichte 

Berg Bergakademie 

Biol Biological 

Bohm Bohmischen 

Brief! Briefhche 

Bull Bulletin 

Bur Bureau 

C. R Compte Rendu 

Cab Cabinet 

Cal California 

Can Canadian 

Carb Carboniferous 

Cat Catalogue 

Cent Central 

Centr Centralblatt 

Chap Chapter 

Char Characteristic 

Circ Circle, Circular 

CI Classe 

Co County 



Colo Colorado 

Com Comite 

Comm Communication 

Comp Comparative 

Cong Congress 

Contr Contributions 

Dec Decade 

Denksch Denkschriften 

Dept Department 

Descr Description 

Deutsch Deutschen 

Dev Devonian 

Dist District 

Doc Document 

Dyn Dynamique 

Ed Edition 

Eng English 

Ergeb Ergebnisse 

Ex Executive 

Exp Expedition, Exposition 

Expl Explanation 

Fasc Fascicle 

Fig., Figs Figure, Figures 

Form Formations, Formation- 

skunde 
Foss Fossils 

Ga Georgia 

Gen General 

Geog Geography 

Geogn Geognostisch 

Geol Geology, Geological, 

Geologischen 

Ges Gesellschaft 

Gouvt Gouvernement 

Graf Graf en 

Grundz Grundzuge 

Handb Handbook 

Herausg Herausgegeben 

Hist History 



vn 



Vlll 



INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



111 Illinois 

Illus Illustrated 

Imp Imperial 

Ind Indiana 

Inst Institute 

Int International 

Ital Italian, Italica 

Jahrb Jahrbuch 

Jahrg Jahrgang 

Jour Journal 

K Koniglich 

Kais Kaiserlichen 

Kan Kansas 

Ky Kentucky- 
Lab Laboratories 

Landes Landesanstalt 

Lehrb Lehrbuch 

Leth Lethaea 

Lief Lieferung 

Lit Literary 

Liv Li viand, Livre 

Mag Magazine 

Maj Majeste 

Man Manual 

Mat Matematiska, Matemati- 

sche 

Mater Materialien 

Math Mathematisk 

Md Maryland 

Me Maine 

Meddel Meddelelser 

Mem Memoirs 

Mich Michigan 

Micr Microscopical 

Midi Midland 

Min Mineralogy, Mining 

Minn Minnesota 

Mitarb Mitarbeiter 

Mitt Mitteilungen, Mittheil- 

ung 

Mo Missouri 

Mon Monograph 

Ms., Mss Manuscript, Manu- 
scripts 

Mts Mountains 

Mus Museum 

N New 

N. F Neue Folge 



N. J New Jersey 

N. Mex New Mexico 

N. Y New York 

Nac Nacional 

Narr Narrative 

Nat National, Naturalist 

Naturf Naturf orschenden 

Naturg Naturgeschichte 

Naturk Naturkunde 

Naturw Naturwissenschaf tliche 

Nebr Nebraska 

Neighb Neighborhood 

Nev Nevada 

No., Nos Number, Numbers 

Occ Occasional 

Okla Oklahoma 

Oster Osterreich 

P Page, Pages 

Pa Pennsylvania 

Pal Paleontology 

Pan- Am Pan-American 

Palaeontogr Palaeontographical 

Pap Paper, Papers 

Pet Petrefaktenkunde 

Phil Philosophical 

Phys Physical, Physikalisch 

PL, Pis Plate, Plates 

Polyt Polytechnic 

Pr Proceedings 

Pract Practical 

Prelim Preliminary 

Preuss Preussens, Preussischen 

Prof Professional 

Prosp Prospecting 

Pt Part 

Publ Publication 

Quart Quarterly 

Rec Records 

Ref Reference 

Reichst Reichstalt 

Rept Report 

Res Research, Resources 

Rev Review, Revue 

Rhein Rheinische 

Russ Russlands 

Sav Savants 

Schles Schleswig 

Schrift Schriften 



ABBREVIATIONS 



IX 



Sci Science 

Scotl Scotland 

Sec Section 

Sen Senate 

Senck Senckenbergischen 

Ser Series 

Sess Session 

Sitz Sitzungsberichte 

Skrift Skrifter 

Soc Society 

Spec Special 

St Saint 

Sta Station 

Summ Summary 

Suppl Supplement 

Syn Synopsis 

Syst Systeme 

Techn Technical, Technology 

Tenn Tennessee 

Textb Textbook 

Tr Transactions 

Trav Travaux 

U. S United States 

Uberg Uebergang-Gebirges 



Umgeb Umgebung 

Unit United 

Univ University, Universelle 

Universitets 
Unt Unteren 

Va Virginia 

Var Variety 

Ver Verein 

Verb Verbali, Verbreitung 

Verh Verhandlungen 

Versl Verslagen 

Verst Versteinerungen 

Vet.-Akad Vetenskaps-Akademiens 

Vid Videnskaps 

Vol Volume 

W. Va West Virginia 

Wet Wetenschappen 

Wis. Wisconsin 

Wiss Wissenschaften 

Wyo Wyoming 

Zeitschr Zeitschrift 

Zool Zoology 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Tentative Classification of American Devonian Cephalopod Genera 1 

Class Cephalopoda 1 

Order Nautiloidea 1 

Suborder Orthochoanites 1 

Suborder Cyrtochoanites 2 

Order Ammonoidea 2 

Suborder Extrasiphonata 2 

Suborder Intrasiphonata 3 

Index to genera and subgenera 4 

Bibliography 5 

Catalogue of Genera and Species 31 

North American Devonian Formation Names 135 



XI 



TENTATIVE CLASSIFICATION OF AMERICAN DEVONIAN 
CEPHALOPOD GENERA 

Class CEPHALOPODA 

Order NAUTILOIDEA 

Suborder ORTHOCHOANITES 

Superfamily Orthocerocea 

Family Orthocerotidae Teichert and Miller 

Diagoceras Flower, Geisonoceras Hyatt, Michelinoceras Foerste, Neocycloceras Flower 
and Caster, Tylorthoceras Miller 

Family Cycloceratidae Hyatt 
Dawsonoceras Hyatt 

Family Kionoceratidae Hyatt 

Kioniceras Hyatt, Protokionoceras Grabau and Shinier, Spyroceras Hyatt, Stria- 
coceras Flower 

Superfamily Ryticeracea 
Family Halloceratidae Hyatt 
Halloceras Hyatt, Zitteloceras Hyatt 

Family Ryticeratidae Hyatt 

Casteroceras Flower, Cophinoceras Hyatt, Polycronites Troost, Ryticeras Hyatt' 
Tetranodoceras Flower 

Superfamily Rhadinoceracea 

Family Rhadinoceratidae Hyatt 

Alpenoceras Foerste, Baepleuroceras Williams, Homaloceras Whiteaves, Lyrioceras 
Foerste, Nephriticeras Hyatt, Nephriticerina Foerste, Rhadinoceras Hyatt 

Superfamily Hercoceracea 

Family Hercoceratidae Hyatt 

Mitroceras Hyatt, Naedyceras Hyatt, Sphyradoceras Hyatt 

Family Tainoceratidae Hyatt 
Diadiploceras Hyatt, Nassauoceras Miller 

Family Centroceratidae Hyatt 

Centroceras Hyatt, Tetragonoceras Whiteaves 

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2 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Superfamily Koninckioceracea 
Family Koninckioceratidae Hyatt 
Carlloceras Flower and Caster 

Suborder CYRTOCHOANITES 

Superfamily Actinoceracea 

Family Sactoceratidae Troedsson 

Ormoceras Stokes 

Family Pseudorthoceratidae Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras Flower and Caster, Cyrtospyroceras Flower, Offleyoceras Foerste. 
Palmeroceras Flower, Pseudorthoceras Girty 

Family Bickmoritidae Foerste 
Gigantoceras Hyatt, Tyrrelloceras Foerste 

Family Armenoceratidae Troedsson 

Armenoceras Foerste 

Family Eudoceratidae Hyatt 



Eudoceras Hyatt 



Tripleuroceras Hyatt 



Superfamily Cyrtoceracea 
Family Jovellanidae Hyatt 

Family Poterioceratidae Foord 



Acleistoceras Hyatt, Aletoceras Flower, Amphicyrtoceras Foerste, Anglicornus Flower 
and Caster, Blastoceras Flower and Caster, Bolloceras Foerste, Brevicoceras Flower, 
Cyrtogomphus Flower, Eleusoceras Flower, Endoplanoceras Flower, Euryrizoceras 
Foerste, Exocyrtoceras Flower, Herkimeroceras Foerste, Metaphragmoceras Flower, 
Micronoceras Flower, Ovoceras Flower, Pachtoceras Foerste, Par acleistoceras Foerste, 
Poteriocerina Foerste, Turnoceras Foerste, Verticoceras Flower, Wissenbachia Foerste 

Order AMMONOIDEA 

Suborder EXTRASIPHONATA 

Superfamily Bactritacea 

Family Bactritidae Hyatt 



TENTATIVE CLASSIFICATION OF GENERA 6 

Bactrites Sandberger, Lobobactrites Schindewolf 

Superfamily Agoniatitacea 

Family Agoniatittdae Holzapfel 

Subfamily Agoniatitinae Miller 
Agoniatites Meek 

Family Anarcestidae Wedekind 
Subfamily Anarcestinae Steinmann 
Werneroceras Wedekind 

Superfamily Tornoceracea 
Family Manticoceratidae Wedekind 

Koenenites Wedekind, Manticoceras Hyatt, Ponticeras Matern, Probeloceras Clarke, 
Timanites Mojsisovics 

Family Beloceratidae Smith 
Eobeloceras Schindewolf, Neomanticoceras Schindewolf 

Family Tornoceratidae Wedekind 

Tornoceras Hyatt [including the subgenera Aulatornoceras Schindewolf, Parodoceras 
Hyatt, and Tornoceras Hyatt s. s.] 

Superfamily Cheiloceracea 
Family Cheiloceratidae Freeh 
Raymondiceras Schindewolf, Sporadoceras Hyatt 

Superfamily Prolobitacea 
Family Prolecanitidae Hyatt 
Subfamily Sandbergeroceratinae Miller 
Sandbergeroceras Freeh, Schindewolf oceras Miller 

Suborder INTRASIPHONATA 
Superfamily Gonioclymenacea Schindewolf 
Family Gonioclymenidae Hyatt 
Acanthoclymenia Hyatt 

Superfamily Platyclymenacea 
Family Platyclymenidae Hyatt 
Platyclymenia Hyatt [only the subgenus Pleuroclymenia Schindewolf] 



INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



INDEX TO GENERA 

Page 

Acanthoclymenia 3 

Acleistoceras 2 

Agoniatites 3 

Aletoceras 2 

Alpenoceras 1 

Amphicyrtoceras 2 

Anglicornus 2 

Armenoceras 2 

Aulatornoceras 3 

Bactrites 3 

Baepleuroceras 1 

Blastoceras 2 

Bolloceras 2 

Bradfordoceras 2 

Brevicoceras 2 

Carlloceras 2 

Casteroceras 1 

Centroceras 1 

Cophinoceras 1 

Cyrtogomphus 2 

Cyrtospyroceras 2 

Dawsonoceras 1 

Diadiploceras 1 

Diagoceras 1 

Eleusoceras 2 

Endoplanoceras 2 

Eobeloceras 3 

Eudoceras 2 

Euryrizoceras 2 

Exocyrtoceras 2 

Geisonoceras 1 

Gigantoceras 2 

Halloceras 1 

Herkimeroceras 2 

Homaloceras 1 

Kionoceras 1 

Koenenites 3 

Lobobactrites 3 

Lyrioceras 1 

Manticoceras 3 

Metaphragmoceras 2 

Michelinoceras 1 

Micronoceras 2 

Mitroceras 1 



AND SUBGENERA 

Page 

Naedyceras 1 

Nassauoceras 1 

Neocycloceras 1 

Neomanticoceras 3 

Nephriticeras 1 

Nephriticerina 1 

Offleyoceras 2 

Ormoceras 2 

Ovoceras 2 

Pachtoceras 2 

Palmeroceras 2 

Paracleistoceras 2 

Parodoceras 3 

Plat yclymenia 3 

Pleuroclymenia 3 

Polycronites 1 

Ponticeras 3 

Poteriocerina 2 

Probeloceras 3 

Protokionoceras 1 

Protornoceras 3 

Pseudorthoceras 2 

Raymondiceras 3 

Rhadinoceras 1 

Ryticeras 1 

Sandbergeroceras 3 

Schindewolf oceras 3 

Sphyradoceras 1 

Sporadoceras 3 

Spyroceras 1 

Striacoceras 1 

Tetragonoceras 1 

Tetranodoceras 1 

Timanites 3 

Tornoceras 3 

Tripleuroceras 2 

Turnoceras 2 

Tylorthoceras 1 

Tyrrelloceras 2 

Verticoceras 2 

Werneroceras 3 

Wissenbachia 2 

Zitteloceras 1 



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24 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

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Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian, p. 103-108. 



26 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

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28 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

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CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 

ACANTHOCLYMENIA Hyatt (Gonioclymenidae) 

Genotype: Clymenia (Cyrtoclymenia) neapolitana Clarke 

AcanthoclymeniaHYATT, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 548 — Grabau 
and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 133 — 
Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 49 (1923) p. 482; 
Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B (1934) p. 346-347— Miller, 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 188-189. 

Acanthoclymenia neapolitana (Clarke) 

Clymenia (Cyrtoclymenia) Neapolitana Clarke, Am. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. 43 
(1892) p. 57-63, text figs. 1-12. 

Cyrtoclymenia neapolitana Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 54; 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 54; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 
16 (1899) p. 131-134, text figs. 102-106, pi. 8, figs. 19-25 [also issued as N. Y. State 
Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 586-587— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61— Clarke, 
N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 361, 371; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, 
vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361, 371— Willard, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) 
p. 1208. 

Acanthoclymenia neapolitana Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) 
p. 548 — Raymond, Int. Zool. Cong., Seventh, Pr., advance print (1910) p. 1 — Grabau 
and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 133 — 
Raymond, Int. Zool. Cong., Seventh, Pr. (1912) p. 741 — Smith, Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 628— Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. 
und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 49 (1923) p. 482; Preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 148 
(1933) p. 57; Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B (1935) p. 346- 
347— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315— Miller, Type inverte- 
brate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 48 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., 
Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 189-193, text fig. 39, pi. 38, figs. 17-20. 

Clymenia (Acanthoclymenia) neapolitana Raymond, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 
23 (1907) p. 121— Freeh, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 8. 

Cashaque shale member of Naples: western New York. 

ACLEISTOCERAS Hyatt (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Apioceras olla Saemann 

Acleistoceras Hyatt, Boston. Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 277; Zittel- 
Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 530; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 
(1913) p. 611— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) p. 330, 
333, 336-337; Mich. Univ., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 196-198— Flower, 
Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 61-62; Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, 
no. 9 (1938) p. 20-21. 

Acleistoceras? ajax (Hall) 

Gomphoceras ajax Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 350, pi. 94, fig. 8— Udden, 
Iowa Geol. Survey, vol. 9 (1899) p. 272, 275, 279— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 590— Ekblaw, 111. Acad. Sci., Tr., vol. 5 (1912) p. 101, 
103, 107 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 14, 18, 74. 

Poterioceras ajax Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 317, 321. 

Naples: Pen Yan, Yates Co., N. Y.; and possibly the Chemung of New York and the Cedar Valley of 
eastern Iowa and western Illinois. 

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Acleistoceras? albani (Clarke) 

Cyrtoceras albani Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., BulL 107 (1907) p. 175-176, text fig.; 
N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 9, pt. 1 (1908) p. 34, 35, 105, pi. 13, figs. 6, 7. 

St. Alban: Cape Rosier Cove, Gaspe, Quebec. 

Acleistoceras? amphora (Whitfield) 

Gomphoceras amphora Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 207-208, 
242; N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 5 (1891) p. 530, pi. 7, fig. 9; Ohio Geol. Survey, Rept., 
vol. 7 (1893) p. 428, pi. 3, fig. 9— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 
(1909) p. 168. 

Poterioceras amphora Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, In- 
vertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 128, text fig. 1374c— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. 
Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 360— Sherzer, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas 
of U. S., folio 205 (1917) p. 7. 

Columbus: central Ohio; and possibly the Dundee of southeastern Michigan. 

Acleistoceras? bellatulum (Rowley) 

Gomphoceras bellatulum Rowley, in Green, G. K., Contr. Ind. Pal., pt. 7 (1901) 
p. 58, pi. 21, figs. 5-8. 

Middle Devonian: Charlestown, Ind. 

Acleistoceras? breviposticum (Whitfield) 

Gomphoceras breviposticum Whitfield, Geol. Wis., vol. 4 (1882) p. 339, pi. 26, 
fig. 15— Cleland, Jour. Geol., vol. 15 (1907) p. 467, text fig. 13; Wis. Geol. and Nat. 
Hist. Survey, Bull. 21 (1911) p. 19, 38, pi. 41, figs. 4, 5. 

Milwaukee: Berthelet and Milwaukee, Wis. 

Acleistoceras calvini (Cleland) 

Gomphoceras calvini Cleland, Jour. Geol., vol. 15 (1907) p. 465-466, text figs. 
4-7; Wis. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Survey, Bull. 21 (1911) p. 137-138, pi. 34, fig. 1, pi. 35, 
fig. 1, pi. 36, fig. 1, pi. 37, fig. 1. 

Acleistoceras calvini Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 198. 

Milwaukee: Berthelet, Wis. 

Acleistoceras? cammarus (Hall) 

Gomphoceras cammarus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 333-334; N. Y. 
Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (122) 7, fig. 7— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. 
(1888) p. 32, pi. 122, fig. 7 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 72. 

Acleistoceras cammarus Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 197. 

Jeff ersonville? : Lexington, Ind. 

Acleistoceras casei Foerste 

Acleistoceras casei Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 
199-201, pi. 3, figs. 1A-2B, pi. 5, figs. 1A-1C, 4 — Flower, Palaeontographica Ameri- 
cana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 20, 21, 22. 

Alpena: Alpena, Mich. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 33 

Acleistoceras? clelandi Miller 

Gomphoceras fusiforme Whitfield, Geol. of Wis., vol. 4 (1882) p. 338, pi. 26, fig. 
16— Cleland, Jour. Geol., vol. 15 (1907) p. 467-468; Wis. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Survey, 
Bull. 21 (1911) p. 19, 139-140, pi. 34, fig. 2, pi. 41, figs. 1-3. [Not Gomphoceras fusi- 
forme (Sowerby) cTOrbigny, 1849.] 

Gomphoceras fusiforme whitfieldi Cleland, Jour. Geol., vol. 15 (1907) p. 466, 467, 
text figs. 11, 12. [Obviously a misprint and was intended to read Gomphoceras fusi- 
forme Whitfield.] 

Acleistoceras? clelandi Miller, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 24 (1932) p. 330. 

Milwaukee: Milwaukee and Berthelet, Wis. 

Acleistoceras crenatum (Hall) 

Gomphoceras crenatum Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (121A) 6, fig. 2 — 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 33, pi. 121A, fig. 2— Stauffer, 
Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 168. 

Gomphoceras arcuatum Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 
(1913) p. 376. [Evidently a misprint and was intended to read Gomphoceras 
crenatum.] 

Acleistoceras crenatum Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 197 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 75. 

Columbus: central Ohio. 

Acleistoceras? cretaceum (Whitfield) 

Cyrtoceras cretaceum Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 209-210, 
242; N. Y. Acad. Aci., Ann., vol. 5 (1891) p. 531-532, pi. 8, figs. 2, 3; Ohio Geol. Survey, 
Rept., vol. 7 (1893) p. 429-430, pi. 4, figs. 2, 3— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th 
ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 69, 168— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, 
Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376. 

Orthoceras cretaceum Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 36. 

Cyclostomiceras cretaceum Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 122, text fig. 1362. 

Columbus: central Ohio. 

Acleistoceras? dilatatum (Hall) 

Oncoceras dilatatum Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) p. 
105— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 75-76. 

Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Acleistoceras? dubium (Swartz) 

Cyrtoceras? dubium Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, Lower Devonian (1913) p. 130, 
488-489, pi. 88, fig. 6. 

Coeymans: Devil's Backbone, Md. 

Acleistoceras eximium (Hall) 

Gomphoceras eximium Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 14 (1861) 
p. 109; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) 
pi. 44, figs. 1, 2; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 329-330, pi. 44, figs. 1, 2— Whitfield, 
N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 242— Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) 
pi. (120) 4, figs. 1, 2, pi. (121) 5, fig. 1— Williams, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 6 
(1887) p. 28— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 32, pi. 120, figs. 1-3, 
pi. 121, figs. 1, 2— Whiteaves, Ottawa Nat., vol. 12, no. 6 (1898) p. 127— Clarke and 
Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 591— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 



34 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

(1909) p. 49, 61, 168; Int. Geol. Cong., Twelfth, Guide Book 4 (1913) p. 99— Williams, 
Int. Geol. Cong., Twelfth, Guide Book 4 (1913) p. 112 — Flower, Palaeontographica 
Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 70-71. 

Poterioceras eximium Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, In- 
vertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 128, text fig. 1375— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 
34 (1915) p. 90, 248; U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 197 (1915) p. 5. 

Acleistoceras eximium Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 
(1926) p. 288, 290, 337; Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 197— Flower, 
Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 12, 14, 16, 21. 

[Note: The above citations refer to several distinct species, all of which are 
probably not congeneric] 

Onondaga: Ohio, New York, and Ontario. 

Acleistoceras? facetum (Rowley) 

Gomphoceras facetum Rowley, in Green, G. K., Contr. Ind. Pal., pt. 7 (1901) p. 
58-59, pi. 21, figs. 9-12. 

Middle Devonian: Charlestown, Ind. 

Acleistoceras? fax (Hall) = Micronoceras? fax 
Acleistoceras fischeri (Hall) 

Gomphoceras (Apioceras) fischeri Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 
13 (1860) p. 106. 

Gomphoceras fischeri Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 45, figs. 5, 6; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 336-337, pl.45, 
figs. 5, 6— Williams, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 6 (1887) p. 28— Clarke, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 124— Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., 
vol. 46 (1935) p. 859. 

Acleistoceras fischeri Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 
197— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 15, 62-64, pi. 8, figs. 9, 10; 
Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 16, 17, 22, 71, 72. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Manlius, N. Y.; and possibly the Tully of New York and 
Middle Devonian erratics of Michigan. 

Acleistoceras? floydense (Fenton and Fenton) 

Gomphoceras floydense Fenton and Fenton, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., 
vol. 1 (1924) p. 195, pi. 38, fig. 10. 

Hackberry: Rockford, Iowa. 

Acleistoceras? giganteum (Savage) 

Poterioceras gigantea Savage, 111. St. Acad. Sci., Tr., vol. 14 (1922) p. 205, pi. 3, 
fig. 1. 

Wapsipinicon: Sears, 111. 

Acleistoceras? gomphus (Hall) 

Gomphoceras gomphus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 334-336; N. Y. As- 
sembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (123) 8, fig. 1— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. 
(1888) p. 32, pi. 123, fig. 1— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) 
p. 168— Grabau [Stauffer], Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) 
p. 376 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 72. 

Acleistoceras gomphus Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 197. 

Columbus: Delhi, Ohio. 

Acleistoceras grandtowerense (Branson and Williams) 

Gomphoceras grandtowerensis Branson and Williams, Mo. Bur. Geol. and Mines, 
2d ser., vol. 17 (1924) p. 158, pi. 37, figs. 6, 7. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 35 

Acleistoceras grandtowerensis Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 
(1927) p. 198. 

Grand Tower: Little Saline Creek, southeastern Missouri. 

Acleistoceras hyatti (Whitfield) 

Gomphoceras hyatti Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 206-207, 
242; N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 5 (1891) p. 529-530, pi. 8, fig. 1, pi. 9, fig. 1; Ohio 
Geol. Survey, Rept., vol. 7 (1893) p. 427-428, pi. 4, fig. 1, pi. 5, fig. 1— Stauffer, 
Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 168— Branson and Williams, Mo. 
Bur. Geol. and Mines, 2d ser., vol. 17 (1924) p. 158-159, text fig. 10, pi. 38, fig. 1. 

Poterioceras hyatti Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 128, text figs. 1374a, 1374b— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. 
Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 360— Sherzer [Grabau], U. S. Geol. Survey, 
Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 205 (1917) p. 7. 

Acleistoceras hyatti Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 198. 

Columbus: Columbus, Ohio; and possibly the Dundee of southern Michigan. 

Acleistoceras? illaenus (Hall) 

Gomphoceras illaenus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 322-323; N. Y. As- 
sembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (122) 7, fig. 6— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. 
(1888) p. 32, pi. 122, fig. 6— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 
(1903) p. 591— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327— Stauffer, Can. 
Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 128. 

Acleistoceras? illaenus Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 12, 16, 69. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. ; and possibly the Onondago of Ontario. 

Acleistoceras impar (Hall) 

Gomphoceras impar Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 332; N. Y. Assembly 
Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (120) 4, fig. 4, pi. (121A) 6, fig. 1— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 32, pi. 120, fig. 4, pi. 121A, fig. 1— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 
4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 168— Grabau [Stauffer] Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, 
geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376 — Branson and Williams, Mo. Bur. Geol. and 
Mines, 2d ser., vol. 17 (1924) p. 159-160, pi. 37, fig. 1— Flower, Palaeontographica 
Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 71-72. 

Gomphoceras (Poterioceras) impar Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 591. 

Acleistoceras impar Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 
197 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 71-72. 

Columbus: Columbus, Ohio; and possibly the Grand Tower of southeastern Missouri. 

Acleistoceras jonesi Flower 

Acleistoceras jonesi Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1398) 
p. 21-22, pi. 3, figs. 8, 9. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Stockbridge Falls, N. Y. 

Acleistoceras? louisense Foerste 

Acleistoceras? louisense Foerste, Ontario Dept. Mines, Ann. Rept. 37, pt. 6, 
(1929) p. 73-74, pi. 1, figs. 4A, 4B. 

Abitibi River: Moose River, on Louise Island, Ontario. 

Acleistoceras mitra (Hall) 

Gomphoceras mitra Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 330-331 ; N. Y. Assembly 
Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (119) 3, fig. 1, pi. (121) 5, fig. 3— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 32, pi. 119, fig. 1, pi. 121, fig. 3— Clarke and Ruedemann, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 592— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., 



36 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Bull. 10 (1909) p. 168— Grabau [Stauffer] Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, 
Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 71. 

Acleistoceras mitra Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) 
p. 288, 290, 337; Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 197— Flower, 
Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 71. 

Jeffersonville: Lexington, Ind. ; and possibly the Columbus of central Ohio. 

Acleistoceras nummulatum Foerste 

Acleistoceras nummulatum Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 
(1927) p. 201-203, pi. 4, figs. 1-3, pi. 5, fig. 3. 

Alpena: Alpena, Mich. 

Acleistoceras olla (Saemann) 

Apioceras olla Saemann, Palaeontographica, Bd. 3 (1854) p. 163, pi. 19, figs, la-lc. 

Acleistoceras olla Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 277— 
Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) p. 336-337, pi. 44, 
figs. 6a-6c; Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 196-198— Flower, 
Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 21, 22, 75. 

Columbus: Columbus, Ohio. 

Acleistoceras? omicron (Winchell) 

Gomphoceras omicron Winchell, The Grand Traverse region, a report on the 
geological and industrial resources of the counties of Antrim, Grand Traverse, 
Benzie, and Leelanaw in the lower peninsula of Michigan (1866) p. 86, 97. 

Traverse: Benzie or Leelanaw Co., Mich. 

Acleistoceras plenum (Hall) 

Gomphoceras plenum Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (121A) 6, figs. 3, 
4— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 33-34, pi. 121A, figs. 3, 4— 
Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 91, 168— Grabau [Stauffer], 
Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376— Branson and 
Williams, Mo. Bur. Geol. and Mines, 2d ser., vol. 17 (1924) p. 160-161, pi. 38, fig. 3. 

Acleistoceras plenum Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) 
p. 336; Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 196-197— Flower, Palae- 
ontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 75. 

[Note: This form may be conspecific with A. olla (Saemann).] 

Columbus: Columbus and Radnor, Ohio; and possibly the Grand Tower of southeastern Missouri. 

Acleistoceras poculum (Hall) = Micronoceras poculum 
Acleistoceras raphanus (Hall) = Micronoceras raphanus 
Acleistoceras? sacculum (Meek and Worthen) 

Gomphoceras sacculum Meek and Worthen, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr. 
(1866) p. 258. 

Cyrtoceras sacculum Meek and Worthen, 111. Geol. Survey, vol. 3 (1868) p. 445- 
446, pi. 12, figs. 3a-3c. 

Delaware?: White Sulphur Springs, Ohio. 

Acleistoceras schoharie Flower 

Acleistoceras schoharie Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 23-24, pi. 4, figs. 16, 17. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 37 

Acleistoceras? sciotense Whitfield 

Gomphoceras sciotense Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 208- 
209, 242; N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 5 (1891) p. 531, pi. 8, fig. 4, pi. 9, fig. 2, pi. 10, 
figs. 6, 7; Ohio Geol. Survey, Rept., vol. 7 (1893) p. 428-429, pi. 4, fig. 4, pi. 5, fig. 2, 
pi. 6, figs. 6, 7— Statjffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 168. 

Columbus: central Ohio. 

Acleistoceras? striatum (Rowley) 

Gomphoceras striatum Rowley, in Greene, G. K., Contr. Ind. Pal., pt. 7 (1901) 
p. 58, pi. 21, figs. 1-4. 

Middle Devonian: Charlestown, Ind. 

Acleistoceras? subovi forme (Walcott) 

Gomphoceras suboviforme Walcott, U. S. Geol. Survey, Mon. 8 (1884) p. 202-203, 
pi. 17, figs. 8, 8a. 

Nevada: Eureka district, Nevada. 

Acleistoceras? varum (Hall) 

Orthoceras varum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 259-260, pi. 79, figs. 2, 
4, pi. 112, figs. 5, 6— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 645. 

Orthoceras rarum Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. [Obviously a 
misprint and was intended to read Orthoceras varum.] 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Acleistoceras? walshii (Meek and Worthen) 

Phragmoceras walshii Meek and Worthen, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr. 
(1866) p. 257; 111. Geol. Survey, vol. 6 (1875) p. 511-512, pi. 28, figs. 2a, 2b— Barris, 
Davenport Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr., vol. 2 (1880) p. 266, 267— Norton, Iowa Geol. 
Survey, vol. 9 (1899) p. 451; Iowa Geol. Survey, vol. 27 (1920) p. 541. 

Davenport: Scott Co., Iowa, and near Rock Island, 111. 

Acleistoceras wellsi Flower 

Acleistoceras wellsi Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 22-23, pi. 4, figs. 22-24. 

Tully: near Tully and Skaneateles Lake, N. Y. 

Acleistoceras whitfieldi (Cleland) 

Gomphoceras whitfieldi Cleland, Jour. Geol., vol. 15 (1907) p. 464-465, text figs. 9, 
10; Wis. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Survey, Bull. 21 (1911) p. 137, pis. 39, 40. 

Acleistoceras whitfieldi Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 198. 

Milwaukee: Berthelet, Wis. 

Acleistoceras? wisconsinense (Cleland) 

Gomphoceras wisconsinense Cleland, Jour. Geol., vol. 15 (1907) p. 461-464, text 
figs. 1-3; Wis. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Survey, Bull. 21 (1911) p. 19, 135-136, pis. 29-31. 

Milwaukee: Berthelet, Wis. 



38 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Actinoceras backi Foord [part] = Armenoceras rotulatum 
Actinoceras hindii Whiteaves = Bradfordoceras hindii 

AGONIATITES Meek (Agoniatitidae) 

Genotype: Goniatites vanuxemi Hall 

Agoniatites Meek, U. S. Geol. Exploration Fortieth Parallel, vol. 4 (1877) p. 99 — 
Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 310-311— Zittel, Handb. Pal., 
Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 417 — Beyrich, Deutsch geol. Ges., Zeitschr., 
Jahrg. 1884 (1884) p. 205— Holzapfel, K. Preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 
16 (1895) p. 51-55 — Foord and Crick, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 
(1897) p. 49, 284— Hatjg, Soc. geol. France, Mem., Pal., tome 7, no. 18 (1898) p. 37— 
Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 122, 127, 168-169, text fig. 6— 
Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 549— Smith, U. S. Geol. Survey, 
Mon. 42 (1903) p. 32 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 135— Smith, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) 
p. 630— Wedekind, Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 107, 110-113, 164— Shannon, 
Devon Assoc, Tr., vol. 53 (1921) p. 249 — Ferronniere, Soc. sci. nat. Nantes, Bull., 
ser. 4, tome 1 (1921) p. 31-34— Broili, Zittel-Broili, Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 
(1924) p. 548— Schluter, Preuss. geol. Landes., Jahrb., Bd. 48 (1928) p. 207-210, 
text fig. 12— Schindewolf, Preuss, geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 148 (1933) 
p. 76— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14, p. 43-44. 

Aphyllites [part] Mojsisovics, Kais.-K. geol. Reichsanstalt, Abh., Bd. 10 (1882) 
p. 181— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 549— Frech, Beitr. Pal. 
und Geol. Oesterreich-Ungarns und Orients, Bd. 14 (1902) p. 44 — Gurich, Leitfos- 
silien des Devons, Leitfossilien (1909) p. 122 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Ani- 
malia, pars 1 (1913) p. 13. [The genotype of Aphyllites is Goniatites ambigena 
Barrande, and Aphyllites is to be suppressed as a synonym of Gyroceratites .] 

Agoniatites costulatus (d'Archiac and de Verneuil) [part] = Agoniatites vanuxemi 
Agoniatites? desideratus (Walcott) 

Goniatites desideratus Walcott, U. S. Geol. Survey, Mon. 8 (1884) p. 203-2045 
pi. 17, fig. 10. 

Agoniatites? desideratus Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America 
(Devonian), Ammonoidea 8 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 44-45, 
pi. 4, fig. 10. 

Lower (Onondaga) portion of Nevada: Eureka district, Nevada. 

Agoniatites discoideus (Hall) = Tornoceras (Parodoceras) discoideum 
Agoniatites expansus (Vanuxem) = Agoniatites vanuxemi 
Agoniatites expansus nodiferus (Hall) = Agoniatites nodiferus 
Agoniatites floweri Miller 

Agoniatites flower i Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22 (1936) p. 280, 281, 346 [nomen 
nudum]— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 45-46, pi. 11, figs. 1, 2. 

Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: Stockbridge Falls and Manlius, N. Y. 

Agoniatites inconstans expansus (Vanuxem) [part] = Agoniatites vanuxemi 
Agoniatites inconstans nodiger (Hall) = Agoniatites nodiferus 
Agoniatites intermedius Flower 

Agoniatites intermedins Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22 (1936) p. 346-348, pi. 23, 
fig. 11— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 48. 

Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: Union Springs, N. Y. 

Agoniatites nevadensis Miller 

Agoniatites nevadensis Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 46-47, 
text figs. 4, 5, pi. 6, fig. 1. 

Lower portion of Nevada: Roberts Mountains quadrangle, Nevada. 



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CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 39 

Agoniatites nodiferus (Hall) 

Goniatites Vanuxemi nodiferus Hall, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 5 (1886) 
pi. (127) 12, fig. 7— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 39, pi. 127, 
fig. 7. 

(?) Agoniatites inconstans nodiger Holzapfel, K. preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., 
N. F., Heft 16 (1895) p. 61-62. 

Agoniatites expansus nodiferus Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1898) 
p. 55 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 
(1901) p. 122— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 574. 

Aphyllites vanuxemi nodifer Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 
(1913) p. 14. 

Agoniatites nodiferus Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22 (1936) p. 275, 346 — Miller, 
Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 9 (1936); 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 47-49, pi. 10, fig. 1. 

Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: near Cherry Valley, N. Y.; and possibly the Middle Devonian of 
Germany. 

Agoniatites obliquus (Whidborne) [part] = Agoniatites vanuxemi 
Agoniatites? punctatus (Conrad) 

Goniatites punctatus Conrad, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 2 (1838) p. Ill, 
117— Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 431. 

Agoniatites? punctatus Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America 
(Devonian), Ammonoidea 10 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938), p. 49. 

Hamilton: near Sherburn, N. Y. 

Agoniatites unilobatus (Hall) 

Goniatites unilobatus Hall, Descriptions of new species of Goniatidae, with a 
list of previously described species (1874) p. 2, 4; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 27 

(1875) p. 133, 136; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda, 

(1876) pi. 71, figs. 15, 16, pi. 74, fig. 5; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 438-440, pi. 71 
figs. 15, 16, pi. 74, fig. 5. 

Agoniatites unilobatus Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 575 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoi- 
dea 11 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 49-50, pi. 6, figs. 2-4. 

Hamilton: central New York. 

Agoniatites vanuxemi (Hall) 

Goniatites expansus Vanuxem, Geol. of N. Y., pt. Ill, Comprising the survey of 
the third geological district (1842) p. 146, 147, text fig. 1 — Owen, Am. Jour. Sci. 
and Arts, 2d ser., vol. 3 (1847) p. 59, text fig. 1— Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., 
Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) p. 96-97, text figs. 1, 2— Lincklaen, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 14, appd. B (1861) pi. 11A, figs. 3, 4— Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, 
Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 64A, figs. 3, 4, pi. 66, figs. 1, 
2, pi. 67, fig. 1, pi. 68, fig. 1, pi. 69, figs. 3-6— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4, 
vol. 1 (1889) p. 256, text figs. [Not Ammonites expansus von Buch, 1832.] 

Ammonites subnautilinus [part] Giebel, Fauna der Vorwelt mit steter Beriick- 
sichtigung der lebenden Thiere, Bd. 3, Mollusken, Abt. 1, Cephalopoden (1852) 
p. 479-480. 

Goniatites subnautilinus [part] Sandberger and Sandberger, Die Versteiner- 
ungen des rheinischen Schichtensystems in Nassau (1852) p. 114-117. 

Goniatites {Agoniatites) expansus Meek, U. S. Geol. Exploration Fortieth Parallel, 
vol. 4 (1877) p. 99— Grabatj, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 329. 

Goniatites evexus [part] Kayser, Abh. geol. Specialkarte preussen und thiirin- 
gischen Staaten, Bd. 2, Heft 4 (1878) p. 38. 

Goniatites vanuxemi Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 434-438, pi. 66, figs. 1, 
2, pi. 67, fig. 1, pi. 68, fig. 1, pi. 69, figs. 3-6, pi. 109, figs. 7, 8; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. 
Rept. 5 (1886) pi. (127) 12, figs. 3-&— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) 
p. 39, pi. 127, figs. 3-6 — Miller, North American geology and palaeontology for the 



40 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

use of amateurs, students, and scientists (1889) p. 440 — Whitfield and Hovey, 
Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 332-333— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. 
Sci., Bull., vol. 11, no. 1 (1914) p. 91— Smith, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 171 (1914) 
p. 63. 

Agoniatites vanuxemi Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 310- 
311— Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 417— Foord and 
Crick, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 (1897) p. 57-58, text fig. 22— 
Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22 (1936) p. 276, 283, 285, 346— Miller, Type inverte- 
brate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 12 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., 
Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 50-55, text fig. 6, pi. 6, figs. 5-7, pi. 7, figs. 1, 2, pi. 8, fig. 1, 
pi. 9, fig. 1, pi. 10, figs. 2-5. 

Agoniatites inconstans expansus [part] Holzapfel, K. preuss. geol. Landes., 
Abh., N. F., Heft. 16 (1895) p. 59-61. 

Agoniatites expansus Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 122, 
168-169, text fig. 6 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]; N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 49 (1901) p. 117, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 573-574— Smith, U. S. Geol. Survey, Mon. 42 (1903) 
p. 32— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 212, text fig. 157— Grabatj and 
Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 135, text fig. 
1388— Kindle, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 508 (1912) p. 37, 107, pi. 9, fig. 6; Md. Geol. 
Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 53, 55, 57 — Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, 
Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 91 — Swartz and Prosser, Md. Geol. Survey, 
Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 108 — Prosser and Kindle, Md. Geol. Survey, 
Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 321-323, pi. 42, fig. 6— Hopkins, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 171 (1914) p. 25— Wedekind, Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 110— 
Goldring, N. Y. State Mus., Handb. 10 (1931) p. 391 — Schindewolf [part], Preuss, 
geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 148 (1933) p. 83— Willard, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., 
vol. 46 (1935) p. 210— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22 (1936) p. 280, 346. 

Aphyllites Vanuxemi Gurich, Leitfossilien des Devons, Leitfossilien, Lief. 2 
(1909) p. 123, pi. 39, figs, la, lb — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 
(1913) p. 14. 

Agoniatites costulatus [part] Schluter, Preuss. geol. Landes., Jahrb., Bd. 48 
(1928) p. 210. 

Agoniatites obliquus [part] Schluter, Preuss. geol. Landes., Jahrb., Bd. 48 (1928) 
p. 212. 

Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: New York; and possibly the Onondaga, Hamilton, and Canadaway 
of New York, the Onondaga of Maryland and Pennsylvania, and the Middle Devonian of Germany. 

ALETOCERAS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 
Genotype: Aletoceras gracile Flower 
Aletoceras Flower Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 35-36. 

Aletoceras amphoroides Flower 

Aletoceras amphoroides Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 37, pi. 3, figs. 3, 4. 

West Brook member of Tully: near Georgetown, N. Y. 

Aletoceras gracile Flower 

Aletoceras gracile Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 36-37, pi. 4, fig. 1. 

Tully: Kingsley Hill, Cortland Co., N. Y. 

ALPENOCERAS Foerste (Rhadinoceratidae) 

Genotype: Alpenoceras ulrichi Foerste 

Alpenoceras Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 205-206— 
Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 11, 13, 54. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 41 

Alpenoceras? clavatum (Hall) = Verticoceras? clavatum 
Alpenoceras conradi (Hall) = Verticoceras conradi 
Alpenoceras ulrichi Foerste 

Alpenoceras ulrichi Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 206-208, pi. 1, figs. 2A, 2B, pi. 5, fig. 2 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, 
vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 11. 

Alpena: Alpena, Mich. 

Ammonites subnautilinus Schlotheim [part] = Agoniatites vanuxemi 

AMPHICYRTOCERAS Foerste (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Cyrtoceras orcas Hall 

Amphicyrtoceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 20 (1924) 
p. 255; Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 25 (1930) p. 67-68— Flower, Palae- 
ontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 7, 35, 44. 

Amphicyrtoceras sauridens (Clarke and Ruedemann) 

Poterioceras sauridens Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 5 (1903) 
p. 93-97, pi. 14, figs. 1-19 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, 
appd. 8, 1905] — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, 
vol. 2 (1910) p. 127, text fig. 1373— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 1, 
Pub. 2 (1910) p. 49, 198-199, 213, pi. 29, fig. 4— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, 
vol. 2 (1915) p. 1025— Stauffer, Canada Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 284. 

Amphicyrtoceras? sauridens Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 
29 (1934) p. 161. 

[Note: The Devonian forms that have been referred to this species probably are 
not at all closely related to the syntypes.] 

Guelph [Silurian]: New York; and possibly the Detroit River? of Michigan and Ontario. 

ANABELOCERAS Clarke =? NEOMANTICOCERAS 

Anabeloceras pseustes Clarke = ? Neomanticoceras naplesense 
Anarcestes plebeiformis (Hall) = Werneroceras plebeiforme 

ANGLICORNUS Flower and Caster (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Anglicornus anneliesae Flower and Caster 

Anglicornus Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 52-53 — 
Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 12, 13, 14, 18, 33-34, 75. 

Anglicornus anneliesae Flower and Caster 

Anglicornus anneliesae Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) 
p. 53-54, pi. 6, figs. 14, 15 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 18, 33. 

Lewis Run sandstone member of Venango, and Pope Hollow conglomerate member of Salamanca J 
McKean and Warren counties, Pa. 

Anglicornus goldringae Flower 

Anglicornus goldringae Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 34-35, pi. 4, fig. 25. 

Canadaway: Belmont, N. Y. 

Anglicornus nasutum (Hall) 

Gomphoceras nasutum Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (120) 4, figs. 5-7 — 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 34-35, pi. 120, figs. 5-7— Caster, 
Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 21, no. 71 (1934) p. 72. 



42 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Gomphoceras (Poterioceras) nasutum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 592. 

Anglicornus nasutum Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) 
p. 54-55— Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 18, 33, 34. 

Poterioceras nasutum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 324. 

Lower Venango: Belmont and Belvidere, N. Y. 

Anglicornus? tumidum (Hall) 

Gomphoceras tumidum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 351, pi. 93, fig. 6, 
pi. 95, figs. 2-5, 7— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 594 — Williams, Tarr, and Kindle, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., 
folio 169 (1909) p. 8— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 137 (1910) p. 31— Olsson, 
Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 33 (1912) p. 446 — Flower, Palaeontographica Ameri- 
cana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 33, 74-75. 

Poterioceras tumidum Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, In- 
vertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 130— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) 
p. 317— Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 11. 

[Note: The above citations refer to several distinct species, all of which are 
probably not congeneric] 

Naples and Chemung: New York. 

APHYLLITES Mojsisovics = GYROCERATITES and AGONIATITES 

Aphyllites vanuxemi (Hall) = Agoniatites vanuxemi 
Aphyllites vanuxemi nodifer (Hall) = Agoniatites nodiferus 
Apioceras olla Saemann = Acleistoceras olla 
Aploceras (Cyrtoceras) liratum Hall = Lyrioceras dubium 

ARMENOCERAS Foerste (Armenoceratidae) 

Genotype: Actinoceras hearsti Parks 

Armenoceras Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1924) p. 32; Can. 
Geol. Survey, Mem. 145, appd. (1925) p. 73 — Troedsson, Jubilaeumskepeditionen 
Nord om Groenland 1920-1923, Nr. 1 (Saertryk af Meddelelser om Groenland, 71) 
[also issued as Comm. pal. no. 25 of the Mus. de min. et de geol. de l'Univ. Copen- 
hague] (1926) p. 60-61— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 22 (1927) 
p. 63; Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 154 (1927) p. 293-298; Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. 
Sci. Lab., vol. 24 (1929) p. 202 — Foerste and Teichert, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. 
Sci. Lab., vol. 25 (1930) p. 269-271. 

Armenoceras coppingeri Foerste 

Orthoceras imbricatum [part] Etheridge, Geol. Soc. London, Quart. Jour., vol. 34 
(1878) p. 607 [part under D 12]— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 2 (1915) 
p. 908. [Not Orthoceratites imbricatum Hisinger, 1831.] 

Actinoceras sp. Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 1 (1888) 
p. 184. 

Armenoceras coopingeri Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 
(1928) p. 85-88, pi. 12, fig. 1, pi. 24, figs. 4A, 4B; Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. 
Lab., vol. 24 (1929) p. 68. 

Lower Devonian?: Dobbin Bay, Ellesmere Island. 

Armenoceras donetti Foerste 

Endoceras? ommaneyi [part] Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 1 
(1888) p. 155-156— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 1 (1915) p. 483. 

Armenoceras donetti Foerste in Foerste and Savage, Denison Univ. Bull., 
Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 22 (1927) pi. 3, fig. 6 — Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. 
Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 82-85, pi. 24, figs. 3A, 3B; Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., 
vol. 24 (1929) p. 68. 

Lower Devonian? : Cornwallis Island. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 43 

Armenoceras ommaneyi (Salter) 

Orthoceras ommaneyi Salter, Appd. to Sutherland's Journal of a voyage in Baffin's 
Bay and Barrow Straits . . . (1852) p. 222, pi. 5, figs. 16, 17— Salter, Geol. Soc. 
London, Quart. Jour., vol. 9 (1853) p. 314 — Haughton, Royal Dublin Soc., Jour., 
vol. 1 (1857) p. 249, pi. 11, fig. 5; in M'Clintock's Discovery of the fate of Franklin 
and his companions, appd. 4 (1859) p. 381. 

Endoceras? ommaneyi [part] Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., 
pt. 1 (1888) p. 155-156— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull., vol. 1 (1915) p. 483. 

Armenoceras ommaneyi Foerste, in Foerste and Savage, Denison Univ. Bull., 
Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 22 (1927) pi. 4, fig. 6 — Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. 
Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 77-82, 84-85, pi. 13, figs. 3-5B, pi. 24, figs. 2A-2C; Denison 
Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 24 (1929) p. 68. 

Lower Devonian: Assistance Bay, Cornwallis Island. 

1 Armenoceras cf. A. rotulatum (Billings) 

Orthoceras nummularium Etheridge, Geol. Soc. London, Quart. Jour., vol. 34 
(1878) p. 608. [Not Orthoceras nummularius Sowerby, 1839.] 

Actinoceras backi [part] Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 1, 
(1888) p. 183— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 1 (1915) p. 10. 

Actinoceras sp. Foerste and Savage, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., 
vol. 22 (1927) pi. 16, figs. 4A, 4B. 

Armenoceras rotulatum Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 
(1928) p. 88-91, pi. 25, fig. 5; Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 24 (1929) 
p. 68. 

Lower Devonian?: Bessels Bay, Greenland. 

Armenoceras cf. A. sphaeroidale (Stokes) 

Armenoceras sphaeroidale Foerste, in Foerste and Savage, Denison Univ. Bull., 
Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 22 (1927) pi. 3, fig. 5 — Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. 
Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 76-77, pi. 28, figs. 1A, IB; Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. 
Lab., vol. 24 (1929) p. 68. 

Lower Devonian?: Arctic America, probably from Dobbin Bay, Ellesmere Island. 

AULATORNOCERAS Schindewolf = TORNOCERAS {AULATORNOCERAS) 

BACTRITES Sandberger (Bactritidae) 

Genotype: Bactrites subconicus Sandberger 

Sandberger, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geog., Geol. und Pet. (Leonhard 

und Bronn), Jahrg. 1841 (1841) p. 240-241. [Genus described but not named.] 

Bactrites Sandberger, Amtlicher Bericht iiber die zwanzigste Versamml. der 
Ges. deutsch. Naturf. und Aerzte zu Mainz (1843) p. 157— Romer, Palaeonto- 
graphica, Bd. 3 (1850) p. 18— Giebel, Fauna der Vorwelt, Bd. 3 (1851) p. 278— Sand- 
berger and Sandberger, Die Versteinerungen des rheinischen Schichtensystems 
in Nassau (1852) p. 124-129 — Roemer, Lethaea Geognostica (1856) p. 477 — Eichwald, 
Lethaea Rossica, tome 1 (1860) p. 1261 — Barrande, Systeme Silurien du centre de 
la Boheme, vol. 2, pt. 1 (1867) pp. 44-50, pt. 3 (1874) p. 803-804, pt. 5 (1877) p. 1343- 
1344— Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 315-316— Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 
Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 303-304— Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 
(1884) p. 370, text fig. 509— Branco, Deutsch. geol. Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 37 (1885) 
p. 8 — Miller, North American geology and palaeontology for the use of amateurs, 
students, and scientists (1889) p. 432— Clarke, Am. Geol., vol. 14 (1894) p. 137- 
143, pi. 2 — Koken, Die Leitfossilien (1896) p. 58 — Foord and Crick, Cat. foss. 
Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 (1879) p. 1-8— Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. 
Rept. 16 (1899) p. 122-123, 129-130— Holzapfel, Mem. Comite geol., tome 12, no. 3 
(1899) p. 6-7— Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 295— Hyatt, 
Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 549, text figs. 1120A, 1120B— Smith, 
U. S. Geol. Survey, Mon. 42 (1903) p. 31 — Gurich, Leitfossilien des Devons, Leitfos- 
silien (1909) p. 121— Girty, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 377 (1909) p. 50-54— Grabau 



44 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 134 — 
Girty, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 439 (1911) p. 96-97— Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, 
Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 11-12 — Smith, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 
(1913) p. 629, text figs. 1169A, 1169B— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, 
ed. 6 (1924) p. 549, text figs. 1144a, 1144b— Miller, Jour. Pal., vol. 4 (1930) p. 389- 
390— Schindewolf, Pal. Zeitschr., Bd. 14 (1932) p. 174-175; Preuss. geol. Landes., 
Abh., N. F., Heft 148 (1933) p. 72— Spath, Biol. Rev., vol. 8 (1933) p. 420, 422, 445- 
450, 459— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 28-30. 

Stenoceras d'ORBiGNY, Cours eiementaire de paleontologie et de geologie strati- 
graphiques, tome 1 (1849) p. 287— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 29. 

Bactrites? aciculum (Hall) 

Orthoceras aciculum Hall, Geol. N. Y., pt. IV, Comprising the survey of the 
fourth geological district (1843) p. 244, text fig. 106 (4) — Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, 
Rept. P4, vol. 2 (1889) p. 540, text fig. 

(?) Ceratiocaris longicaudus [part] Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 
16 (1863) p. 73, pi. 1, figs. 4-6 [not 7]. 

(?) Coleolus aciculum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 187-188, pi. 32A, 
figs. 11-16— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4, vol. 1 (1889) p. 136-137, text fig. 
— Miller, North American geology and palaeontology for the use of amateurs, 
students, and scientists (1889) p. 389, text fig. 642. 

(?) Bactrites aciculum Clarke, Am. Geol., vol. 14 (1894) p. 40, pi. 2, figs. 6, 9; 
N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 128-129, pi. 9, figs. 17-22 [also issued as 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]— Grabatj, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 
(1899) p. 295-296, text fig. 230— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
65 (1903) p. 576-577— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 58, 
59, 60, 61— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 361, 366, 373; N. Y. 
State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361, 366, 373— Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 128 (1909) p. 26, 28, 30— Grabau and Shimer, North American 
index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 135, text fig. 1387b — Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 137 (1910) p. 26, 28, 29, 31; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 16, 
18— Kindle, Jour. Geol., vol. 19 (1911) p. 348— Swartz, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. 
atlas of U. S., folio 179 (1912) p. 11, 12— Kindle, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 508 (1912) 
p. 27, 32, 34, 37, 39, 44, 47, 104, pi. 9, fig. 3— Frech [part?], Fossilium Catalogus, I, 
Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 12 — Prosser, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper De- 
vonian (1913) p. 55 — Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) 
p. 90, 91, 412, 413, 444 — Swartz and Prosser, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper 
Devonian (1913) p. 108 — Kindle, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian 
(1913) p. 320-321, pi. 38, fig. 9, pi. 42, fig. 5— Prosser, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle 
and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 357, 363, 368, 370, 371, 372— Clarke and Swartz, 
Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 692-693, pi. 71, fig. 11— 
Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91— Luther, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 23, 25, 27, 28— Grabau, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., vol. 28 (1917) 
p. 952 — Butts, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 46 (1918) p. 531 — Kindle, Canada Geol. 
Survey, Mus. Bull. 29 (1919) p. 3, 7, pi. 1, fig. 10— Reger, W. Va. Geol. Survey, 
County Repts., Mineral and Grant counties (1924) p. 741, 749 — Tilton, Am. Jour. 
Sci., 5th ser., vol. 17 (1929) p. 350— Kindle, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 18 (1929) 
p. 188 — Croneis and Hoffman, Science, new ser., vol. 73 (1931) p. 135 — Willard, 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 223— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 
(1935) p. 312, 318, 321— Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (De- 
vonian), Ammonoidea 1 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 30-32. 

(?) Bactrites (Coleolus) aciculum Williams, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of 
U. S., folio 169 (1909) p. 6. 

Cashaqua shale member of Naples: Cashaqua Creek, N. Y. ; and possibly various horizons in the Middle 
and/or Upper Devonian of New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Missouri, 
Alberta, and Mackenzie River valley. 

Bactrites (Coleolus) aciculum (Hall) =? Bactrites? aciculum 
Bactrites arkonensis Whiteaves 

Bactrites obligueseptatus arkonensis Whiteaves, Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. 
Pal., vol. 1, pt. 5 (1898) p. 407-408, pi. 48, figs. 15-16a— Williams, Int. Geol. Cong., 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 45 

Twelfth, Guide Book 4 (1913) p. 102, 110; Can. Geol. Survey, Summ. Rept. for 1912 
(1914) p. 284. 

Bactrites arkonensis Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 135— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 161, 
168, 172, 226, 236; Jour. Geol., vol. 24 (1916) p. 478, 483— Grabau, Jour. Geol., vol. 
25 (1917) p. 342 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), 
Ammonoidea 2 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Paper 14 (1938) p. 32-33, pi. 2, figs. 1, 
2, pi. 3, figs. 13-15. 

Arkona shale: southern Ontario; and possibly the Widder beds of southern Ontario and the Plumb Creek 
shale of northern Ohio. 

Bactrites clavus Hall = Lobobactrites clavus 
Bactrites gracilior Clarke 

Bactrites sp. Clarke, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Jahrg. 1891 (1891) 
Bd. 1, p. 166; Am. Geol., vol. 8 (1891) p. 95. 

Bactrites cf. B. gracilis Clarke, Am. Geol., vol. 14 (1894) p. 37-43, pi. 2, figs. 2-5; 
N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 54, 80; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, 
vol. 2 (1898) p. 54, 80. 

Bactrites gracilior Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 124-128, 
text fig. 101, pi. 9, figs. 1-16 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Grabau, 
Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 295, text fig. 229— Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 578-579— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 
361, 366, 371; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361, 366, 
371 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) 
p. 135, text fig. 1387a — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 12 — 
Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91 — Burgess, Mus. Comp. 
Zool., Bull., vol. 72, no. 5 (1931) p. 200— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 
(1935) p. 312, 318, 321— Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devo- 
nian), Ammonoidea 3 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 33-35, pi. 4, 
figs. 1-9. 

Genesee and Naples: New York; and possibly the Chemung of New York and the Kiln of Alberta. 

Bactrites gracilis Sandberger [part] = Bactrites gracilior 
Bactrites nitidus Raymond 

Bactrites sp. Raymond [Holzapfel], Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 23 (1907) p. 117, 
120; Int. Zool. Cong., Seventh, Pr., advance print (1910) p. 2; Int. Zool. Cong., 
Seventh, Pr. (1912) p. 742. 

Bactrites nitidus Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 152, pi. 7, figs. 
9-12— Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B 
(1934) p. 333 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), 
Ammonoidea 4 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 35-36, pi. 2, figs. 15-18. 

Three Forks shale: Three Forks, Montana. 

Bactrites obliqueseptatus arkonensis Whiteaves = Bactrites arkonensis 
Bactrites parvus Loomis 

Bactrites parvus Loomis, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 69 (1903) p. 916, 919, pi. 4, figs. 
12, 13 [not pi. 5, figs. 4, 5 as stated by Loomis] — Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 57— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 312— 
Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 5 
(1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 36-37, pi. 4, figs. 10, 11. 

Uppermost Hamilton: New York. 

Bactrites pygmaeus Loomis 

Bactrites pygmaeus Loomis, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 69 (1903) p. 915, 919, pi. 5, 
figs. 4, 5 [not pi. 4, figs. 12, 13 as stated by Loomis]— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 57— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) 



46 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

p. 312 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Am- 
monoidea 6 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am, Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 37, pi. 3, fig. 22. 

Uppermost Hamilton: Canandaigua Lake, N. Y. 

Bactrites cf. B. subflexuosus (Keyserling) 

Bactrites cf. B. subflexuosus Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 361, 366, 
368, 381; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 361, 366, 368, 381— 
Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Paper 14 (1938) p. 37-38. 

Bactrites subflexuosus? Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 320. 

Angola shale member of Chemung: western New York. 

Bactrites warthini Miller 

Bactrites warthini Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 38-39, pi. 2, 
figs. 3-10, pi. 35, fig. 9. 

Basal Antrim: near Alpena, Mich. 

BAEPLEUROCERAS Williams (Rhadinoceratidae) 

Genotype: Baepleuroceras incipiens Williams 

Baepleuroceras Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 851 — Miller, 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 48 (1937) p. 1254-1255. 

Baepleuroceras incipiens Williams 

Baepleuroceras incipiens Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 851, 
852, pi. 60, figs. 24, 27— Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) 
p. 859— Willard, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 48 (1937) p. 1248— Miller, Geol. Soc. 
Am., Bull., vol. 48 (1937) p. 1254-1255, pi. 2, figs. 12-14, 19. 

West Brook member of Tully: New York and Pennsylvania. 

Barrandeoceras oriens (Hall) = Nephriticeras oriens 
Beloceras iynx Clarke = Eobeloceras iynx 

BLASTOCERAS Flower and Caster (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Balstoceras cylindrostomum Flower and Caster 

Blastoceras Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 50 — 
Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 12, 13, 18, 35. 

Blastoceras cylindrostomum Flower and Caster 

Blastoceras cylindrostomum Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 51-52, pi. 6, figs. 10-13 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, 
no. 9 (1938) p. 18. 

Lewis Run sandstone member of Venango: Lewis Run, Pa. 

BOLLOCERAS Foerste (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Phragmoceras rex Barrande 

Bolloceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) p. 351- 
352, pi. 48, figs. 3A-3C — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 63. 

Bolloceras hartti Flower 

Bolloceras hartti Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 
63-64, pi. 3, fig. 13. 

Ithaca: Ithaca, N. Y. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 47 

BRADFORDOCERAS Flower and Caster (Pseudorthoceratidae) 
Genotype: Bradfordoceras transversum Flower and Caster 
Bradfordoceras Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 32-34. 

Bradfordoceras cochleatum (Hall) = Bradfordoceras warrenense 
Bradfordoceras consortale (Hall) 

Orthoceras consortale Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (118) 2, figs. 3-5— 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 29-30. pi. 118, figs. 3-5— Clarke 
and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 621 — Clarke and Swartz, 
Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 443, 509, 690-691, pi. 71, 
figs. 16-18— Fenton, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 48 (1919) p. 373— Caster, Bull. 
Am. Pal., vol. 21, no. 71 (1934) p. 74. 

Bradfordoceras consortale Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 39-41, pi. 7, fig. 4. 

Loxocerasf consortale Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 330. 

Panama and Salamanca conglomerates: New York and Pennsylvania; and possibly the Jennings of 
Maryland and the Lime Creek of Iowa. 

I Bradfordoceras gomphoides Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras gomphoides Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
i (1935) p. 42, pi. 4, figs. 2, 3. 

Lewis Run sandstone member of Venango: Lewis Run, Pa. 

Bradfordoceras hector (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras Hector [part] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 346, pi. 90, fig. 11 
[not 11-15]— Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 21, no. 71 (1934) p. 74. 

Bradfordoceras hector Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) 
p. 44-45. 

Cyclostomicerasf hector Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 330. 

Upper Chadakoin and lower Venango: near Warren, Pa. 

Bradfordoceras hector alpha Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras hector alpha Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 45-46, pi. 6, fig. 4. 

Salamanca: Warren, Pa. 

Bradfordoceras hector beta Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras hector beta Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 46, pi. 6, figs. 5, 6, 8. 

Salamanca: Warren, Pa. 

Bradfordoceras hector delta Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras hector delta Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 47-48, pi. 8, figs. 6-8. 

Pope Hollow member of Salamanca: Warren, Pa. 

Bradfordoceras hector eta Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras hector eta Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 49, pi. 6, fig. 1. 

Pope Hollow member of Salamanca: Warren Co., Pa. 



48 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Bradfordoceras hector gamma Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras hector gamma Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 7| 
(1935) p. 47, pi. 4, fig. 5. 

Pope Hollow conglomerate member of Salamanca: Warren Co., Pa. 

Bradfordoceras hector zeta Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras hector zeta Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 48-49, pi. 6, fig. 2. 

Salamanca: near Warren, Pa. 

Bradfordoceras hindii (Whiteaves) 

Actinoceras hindii Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1890) p. 101— 
102, pi. 6, figs. 4, 4a, 5 — Tyrrell, Can. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 5, sec. E (1892) p. 
177, 187— Kindle, Can. Geol. Survey, Summ. Rept. for 1912 (1914) p. 257. 

Orthoceras hindii Whiteaves, Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1 (1892) 
p. 344— Tyrrell, Can. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 5, sec. E (1892) p. 159, 162, 163, 
167, 168, 172, 198, 208. 

Manitoban: near Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba; and possibly Onion Point, Lake Manitoba. 

Bradfordoceras ignotum Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras ignotum Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 41, pi. 4, fig. 4. 

Lewis Run sandstone member of Venango: Lewis Run, Pa. 

Bradfordoceras multicameratum Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras multicameratum Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 
75 (1935) p. 38-39, pi. 7, fig. 6. 

Salamanca: near Warren, Pa. 

Bradfordoceras sinuosum Flower and Caster 

Cyrtoceras Hector [part] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 364, pi. 90, figs. | 
12-15 [not 11]. 

Orthoceras (Cyrtoceras?) hector Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 551, 
text fig. 

Bradfordoceras sinuosum Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 42-44, pi. 5, figs. 1-4, pi. 7, fig. 5, pi. 8, fig. 5. 

Conewango: Pennsylvania and New York; and possibly the upper Conneaut of New York. 

Bradfordoceras transversum Flower and Caster 

Bradfordoceras transversum Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 33-38, pi. 3, figs. 1-5, pi. 4, fig. 1, pi. 5, fig. 1, pi. 6, fig. 3, pi. 8, figs. 3, 4. 

Lewis Run sandstone member of Venango, and Salamanca sandstones: northern Pennsylvania. 

Bradfordoceras warrenense (Miller) 

Orthoceras cochleatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879), p. 308^309, pi. 113, 
fig. 19. [Not Orthoceras cochleatum Schlotheim, 1813.] 

Orthoceras warrenense Miller, North American geology and palaeontology for 
the use of amateurs, students, and scientists (1889) p. 452 — Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., 
vol. 21, no. 71 (1934) p. 74— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., vol. 46 (1935) p. 330, 336. 

Bradfordoceras cochleatum Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 12, 34, 49. 

Venango: Warren, Pa. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 49 

BREVICOCERAS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 
Genotype: Brevicoceras casteri Flower 
Brevicoceras Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 24-25. 

Brevicoceras? abruptum (Hall) 

Gomphoceras abruptum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 339, pi. 94, fig. 1 — 
Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 72. 

Hamilton: Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras? beta (Hall) 

Gomphoceras beta Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 44; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 72, pi. 7, fig. 1; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 326, 
pi. 46, figs. 4, 5— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 590— 
Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Cyrtoceras beta Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 47, figs. 5, 6. 

Brevicoceras? beta Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 70. 

[Note: The above citations refer to more than one species.] 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras casteri Flower 

Brevicoceras casteri Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 25-26, pi. 1, figs. 5-7. 

Windom member of Moscow: Moravia and Portland Point, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras compactum Flower 

Brevicoceras compactum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 30-31, pi. 2, figs. 17-22. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras concavum Flower 

Brevicoceras concavum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 29-30, 70, pi. 1, figs. 15, 16. 

Genesee: Genesee Valley, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras conicum Flower 

Gomphoceras absens [part] Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (122) 7, fig. 3 
[not 1, 2]— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 32, pi. 122, fig. 3 [not 1, 
2]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 589-590. 

Brevicoceras conicum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 32, 69, pi. 1, figs. 2, 3. 

Onondaga: Clarence Hollow, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras? cruciferum (Hall) 

Gomphoceras? cruciferum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 328, pi. 93, fig. 4 
—Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 591— Flower, 
Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 70. 

Gomphoceras? crucifer Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

[Note: The generic affinities of this species are very uncertain.] 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 



50 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Brevicoceras? manes (Hall) 

Gomphoceras manes Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 339-340; N. Y. As- 
sembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (123) 8, fig. 2— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. 
(1888) p. 34, pi. 123, fig. 2— Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 22— Gra- 
bau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 291, text fig. 226— Clarke and 
Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 591— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 128 (1909) p. 27; N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 137 (1910) p. 28— Houghton, Buffalo 
Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91. 

Poterioceras? manes Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 311. 

Brevicoceras? manes Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 28-29, 72. 

Genesee and possibly Tully: Erie Co., N. Y. 

Brevicoceras? mitriforme (Clarke) 

Gomphoceras mitriforme Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 13 (1894) p. 171- 
172, pi. 3, fig. 1; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 47 (1894) p. 365-366, pi. 3, fig. 1— 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 592 — Clarke and 
Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 46 — Flower, Palaeontographica 
Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 75-76. 

Marcellus: Chapinville, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras? ovoides (Hall) 

Oncoceras ovoides Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 342, pi. 69, figs. 2A-2B— 
Bassler, U. S. National Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 2 (1915) p. 876— Flower, Palaeonto- 
graphica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 68. [Note: The generic affinities of this 
species are very uncertain.] 

Keyser: Herkimer Co., N. Y. 

Brevicoceras planum (Hall) 

Gomphoceras? planum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 352-353, pi. 57, 
figs. 1, 2— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 593. 

Brevicoceras planum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 27-28, 75. 

Hamilton: Borodino, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras pompeyense Flower 

Brevicoceras pompeyense Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 26-27, pi. 1, fig. 1, pi. 2, figs. 1, 2. 

Pompey member of Hamilton: Pratt's Falls, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras rotundum Flower 

Brevicoceras rotundum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 31-32, 70, pi. 1, figs. 10-12. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Brevicoceras? rude (Hall) 

Gomphoceras rude Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 327, pi. 93, fig. 1— Clarke 
and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 594— Grabau, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 16, 70. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 51 

Brevicoceras wellsi Flower 

Gomphoceras raphanus [part] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 347-348, 
pi. 94, fig. 5 [not 2-4, 10]. 

Brevicoceras wellsi Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 28, 73, pi. 1, figs. 8, 9. 

Skaneateles shale member of Hamilton: Cazenovia, Delphi Falls, and Skaneateles Lake, N. Y. 

CARLLOCERAS Flower and Caster (Koninckioceratidae) 
Genotype: Carlloceras garlandense Flower and Caster 
Carlloceras Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 24-25. 

Carlloceras garlandense Flower and Caster 

Carlloceras garlandensis Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 25-27, pi. 2, figs. 12-14. 

Salamanca: Garland, Pa. 

CASTEROCERAS Flower (Ryticeratidae) 
Genotype: Cyrtoceras alternatum Hall 
Casteroceras Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 46-47. 

Casteroceras alternatum (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras undulatum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 47, figs. 9, 10— Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 
(1882) p. 242. [Not Cyrtoceras undulatus Vanuxem, 1842.] 

Cyrtoceras alternatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 365-366, pi. 46, 
figs. 12, 13— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 124— Clarke and Rttede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 581— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 
(1906) p. 329. 

Thoracoceras wilsoni Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 125, 126-127, 
pi. 8, figs. 1-5— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 650. 

Casteroceras alternatum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 47-50, 
pi. 4, fig. 5, pi. 5, figs. 2-5; Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 57. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Schoharie, Cherry Valley, Stockbridge, and Manlius, 
N. Y.; and possibly the Columbus limestone near Columbus, Ohio. 

Casteroceras tyrrellii (Whiteaves) 

Orthoceras (Thoracoceras) tyrrellii Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 

(1891) p. 100-101, pi. 7, figs. 1-4; Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 4 

(1892) p. 344— Kindle, Can. Geol. Survey, Summ. Rept. for 1912 (1914) p. 253. 
Casteroceras tyrrelli Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 47, 50; 

Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 57. 

Winnipegosis: Manitoba. 

CENTROCERAS Hyatt (Centroceratidae) 

Genotype: Goniatites marcellensis Vanuxem 

Centroceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 283-284— Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 380— Foord, Cat. foss. Cepha- 
lopoda in British Mus., pt. 2 (1891) p. 163-164— Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 
(1894) p. 497— Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 294— Hyatt, 
Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 525; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, 
ed. 2 (1913) p. 606— Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 93— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) 
p. 527— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 55-56. 



52 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Centroceras ammonum (Hall) 

Nautilus (Discites) ammonis Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 425-426— 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 38, pi. 125, fig. 1— Grabau, Mich. 
Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 359. 

Centroceras (Discites) ammonis Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 497. 

Discites ammonis Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 168. 

Dundee: Michigan [the type came from a glacial boulder]; and possibly the Delaware of central Ohio. 

Centroceras (Discites) ammonis (Hall) = Centroceras ammonum 
Centroceras? indianense (Kindle) 

Gyroceras indianense Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 25 
(1900) p. 738, pi. 24, fig. 1, pi. 25, figs. 1, la. 

Jeff ersonville? : Jefferson Co., Ind. 

Centroceras marcellense (Vanuxem) 

Goniatites marcellensis Vanuxem, Geol. N. Y., pt. 3, Survey third geol. district 
(1842) p. 146, 147, text fig. 35 (2). 

Goniatites expansus [part] Hall, N. Y., State Cab., Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 
(1860) p. 96-97. 

Nautilus (Discites) ornatus Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 

(1860) p. 103, text figs. 21, 22. 

Nautilus ornatus Lincklaen, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 14, appd. B 

(1861) pi. 11A, figs. 5, 6 — Miller, North American geology and palaeontology for 
the use of amateurs, students, and scientists (1889) p. 444. 

Goniatites [Agoniatites] Marcellensis Meek, U. S. Geol. Exploration Fortieth 
Parallel (King) vol. 4 (1877) p. 99. 

Nautilus (Discites) marcellensis Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of De- 
vonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 65, figs. 1, 2; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) 
p. 428-430, 431, pi. 65, figs. 1, 2, pi. 109, figs. 9-12; N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) 
pi. 126 (11), fig. 6— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 39, pi. 126, 
fig. 6— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 211, 212, 239, text fig. 156— 
Goldring, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 303 (1935) text fig. 57N. 

Centroceras (Discites) Marcellense Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 
(1883) p. 284. 

Nautilus (Centroceras) marcellensis Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull. vol. 6 
(1899) p. 294, text fig. 228. 

Centroceras marcellense Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 93, text fig. 1316— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, 
no. 76 (1936) p. 56-58, pi. 7, fig. 4, pi. 8, fig. 6. 

Discites marcellensis Miller, North American geology and palaeontology for 
the use of amateurs, students, and scientists (1889) p. 436, text fig. 733 — Clarke, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 125. 

Nautilus marcellensis Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 445, text fig. 
—Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 23, 91. 

Marcellus: New York and Pennsylvania; and possibly the Genesee of Pennsylvania. 

Centroceras (Discites) Marcellense (Vanuxem) = Centroceras marcellense 
Centroceras ohioense (Meek) 

Gyroceras (Trochocerasf) Ohioense Meek, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr. 
(1871) p. 87. 

Gyroceratites (Trochocerasf) Ohioensis Meek, Ohio Geol. Survey, vol. 1, pt. 2, 
Pal. (1873) p. 230-231, pi. 22, fig. 1. 

Centroceras (Gyroceras) Ohioense Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 497. 

Gyroceratites ohioensis Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) 
p. 34, 65, 168. 

Centroceras ohioense Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 93, text fig. 1315— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 
(1915) p. 119, 130, 240. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 53 

Gyroceras (Centroceras) ohioense Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. 
ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 359. 

Gyroceras ohioense Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 243 — 
Sherzer [Grabau], U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 205 (1917) p. 7. 

Columbus and Delaware: Ohio; and possibly the Dundee of Michigan and the Middle Devonian of 
Ontario. 

Centroceras (Gyroceras) ohioense (Meek) = Centroceras ohioense 
Centroceras pratti (Barris) 

Gyroceras pratti Barris, Davenport Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr., vol. 2 (1880) p. 287, 
pi. 10, figs. 1, 2— Norton, Iowa Geol. Survey, vol. 9 (1899) p. 451— Ekblaw, 111. 
Acad. Sci., Tr., vol. 5 (1912) p. 107— Norton, Iowa Geol. Survey, vol. 27 (1920) 
p. 541. 

Rhyticeras barrisi Savage, 111. State Acad. Sci., Tr., vol. 14 (1922) p. 206. [Prof. 
Savage, in a personal communication, states that this is a misprint and was intended 
to read Rhyticeras pratti (Barris).] 

Davenport: Scott Co., Iowa, and Rock Island Co., 111. 

Ceratiocaris longicaudus Hall [part] = ? Bactrites? aciculum 

Clostomiceras metula (Hall) = Nephriticerina metula 

Clymenia (Platyclymenia) americana Raymond = Platyclymenia (Pleuroclymenia) 

americana 
Clymenia? complanata Hall =? Probeloceras lutheri 
Clymenia Erato Hall =? Probeloceras lutheri 
Clymenia neapolitana Clarke = Acanthoclymenia neapolitana 
Coleolus aciculum (Hall) =? Bactrites? aciculum 

COPHINOCERAS Hyatt (Ryticeratidae) 
Genotype: Cyrtocera ornata Goldfuss 

Kophinoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 285-286— 
Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 374, 381— Hyatt, Am. 
Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 518. 

Cophinoceras Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 522; Zittel- 
Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 603. 

Gyroceras [part] Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 2 (1891) 
p. 53-55. 

Cophinoceras canadense (Whiteaves) 

Gyroceras canadense Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1891) p. 106, 
pi. 9, figs. 1-2; Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 4 (1892) p. 345— Mc- 
Learn, Int. Geol. Cong., Twelfth, Guide Book 8 (1913) p. 367— Kindle, Can. Geol. 
Survey, Summ. Rept. for 1912 (1914) p. 253. 

Winnipegosis: Dawson Bay, Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba. 

Cophinoceras filicinctum (Whiteaves) 

Gyroceras filicinctum Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1891) p. 107, 
pi. 9, fig. 3; Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 4 (1892) p. 346— Kindle, 
Can. Geol. Survey, Summ. Rept. for 1912 (1914) p. 253. 

Winnipegosis: Dawson Bay, Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba. 

Cophinoceras ornatum (Goldfuss)? 

Gyroceras ornatum Stauffer, Univ. Cal., Pub. Geol. Sci., vol. 19, no. 4 (1930) 
p. 96, 102. [Probably not Cyrtocera ornata Goldfuss, 1832.] 

Kennett: Kennett in Klamath Mts., Cal. 



54 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Cophinoceras spinosum (Conrad) 

Phragmoceras spinosum Conrad, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 4 (1840) p. 206. 

Gyroceras (Cyrtoceras?) spinosum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils 
from the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 41; N. Y. 
State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 69; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations 
of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 50, figs. 1-4, pi. 51, fig. 1, pi. 52, fig. 1. 

Gyroceras? sp. Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 50, fig. 5. 

Gyroceras spinosum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 46, fig. 8; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 382-384, pi. 47, 
fig. 8, pi. 48, figs. 1-5, pi. 49, fig. 1, pi. 98, figs. 1, 2, 5-7, pi. 99, figs. 1-8— Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 189, 190, 327, text fig. 114— Flower, Palaeon- 
tographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 23. 

Gyroceras {Cophinoceras) spinosum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 597-599. 

Ryticeras spinosum Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 84, text fig. 1301. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, Ulster, and Albany counties, N. Y. 

CRYPTOCERAS d'Orbigny [not Barrande] = NASSAUOCERAS 

Cyclostomiceras cretaceum (Whitfield) = Acleistoceras? cretaceum 

Cyclostomiceras? hector (Hall) = Bradfordoceras hector 

Cyclostomiceras metula (Hall) = Nephriticerina metula 

Cyclostomiceras orodes (Billings) = Euryrizoceras orodes 

Cyrtoceras absens Hall = Turnoceras absens 

Cyrtoceras aemulum Hall = Ryticeras aemulum 

Cyrtoceras (Zitteloceras) aemulum Hall = Ryticeras aemulum 

Cyrtoceras albani Clarke = Acleistoceras? albani 

Cyrtoceras alternatum Hall = Casteroceras alternatum 

Cyrtoceras ammon Billings = Ryticeras amnion 

Cyrtoceras Belus Billings = Nephriticerina? bela 

Cyrtoceras beta (Hall) = Brevicoceras? beta 

Cyrtoceras citum Hall = Ryticeras citum 

Cyrtoceras (Zitteloceras) citum Hall = Ryticeras citum 

Cyrtoceras clavatum Hall = Verticoceras? clavatum 

Cyrtoceras conradi (Hall) = Verticoceras conradi 

Cyrtoceras cretaceum Whitfield = Acleistoceras? cretaceum 

Cyrtoceras densum Hall = Ormoceras densum 

Cyrtoceras dictyum White = Ryticeras? dictyum 

Cyrtoceras? dubium Swartz = Acleistoceras? dubium 

Cyrtoceras eugenium Hall = Ryticeras eugenium 

Cyrtoceras (Ryticeras) eugenium Hall = Ryticeras eugenium 

Cyrtoceras (Zitteloceras) eugenium Hall = Ryticeras eugenium 

Cyrtoceras expansum Kindle = Nephriticeras expansum 

Cyrtoceras (Gomphoceras?) formosum Hall = Cyrtospyroceras formosum 

Cyrtoceras? gibbosum Hall = Micronoceras gibbosum 

Cyrtoceras Hector Hall = Bradfordoceras hector and B. sinuosum 

Cyrtoceras jason Hall = Ryticeras jason 

Cyrtoceras (Rhyticeras) jason (Hall) = Ryticeras jason 

Cyrtoceras liratum (Hall) = Lyrioceras dubium 

Cyrtoceras matheri Conrad = Halloceras matheri 

Cyrtoceras maximum Conrad = Nephriticeras maximum 

Cyrtoceras metula Hall = Nephriticerina metula 

Cyrtoceras (Gomphoceras) metula Hall = Nephriticerina metula 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 55 

Cyrtoceras morsum Hall = Cyrtospyroceras morsum 

Cyrtoceras Nevadense Walcott = Nephriticerina? nevadensis 

Cyrtoceras occidentale Whiteaves = Nephriticerina occidentalis 

Cyrtoceras ohioense Meek = Ryticeras ohioense 

Cyrtoceras olenus Hall = Naedyceras olenus 

Cyrtoceras opimum Keyes = Naedyceras opimum 

Cyrtoceras orion Hall = Naedyceras olenus 

Cyrtoceras orodes Billings = Euryrizoceras erodes 

Cyrtoceras (Cyclostomiceras) orodes Billings = Euryrizoceras orodes 

Cyrtoceras sacculum (Meek and Worthen) = Acleistoceras? sacculum 

Cyrtoceras subrectum Hall = Herkimeroceras subrectum 

Cyrtoceras transversum Hall = Tetranodoceras transversum 

Cyrtoceras trivolvis Conrad = Ryticeras trivolve 

Cyrtoceras undulatum Hall [not Vanuxem] = Casteroceras alternatum 

Cyrtoceras undulatus Vanuxem [not Hall] = Halloceras undulatum 

Cyrtoceras (Gyroceras?) undulatum (Vanuxem) = Halloceras undulatum 

Cyrtoceras sp. Etheridge = Offleyoceras arcticum 

Cyrtoceratites ohioensis (Meek) = Ryticeras ohioense 

Cyrtoclymenia neapolitana Clarke = Acanthoclymenia neapolitana 

CYRTOGOMPHUS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 
Genotype: Cyrtogomphus curvatus Flower 
Cyrtogomphus Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 43-44. 

Cyrtogomphus curvatus Flower 

Cyrtogomphus curvatus Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9, 
(1938) p. 44-45, text fig. 1, pi. 2, figs. 26, 27. 

Tichenor limestone: Cazenovia Creek, N. Y. 

Cyrtogomphus lunatus (Hall) 

Gomphoceras lunatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 341-343, pi. 95, 
figs. 10-13 — Talbot, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 16 (1903) p. 150 — Houghton, 
Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91. 

Poterioceras lunatum Grabatj and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 129, text fig. 1377. 

Cyrtogomphus lunatus Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 17, 45, 73. 

Hamilton and possibly Marcellus: western New York. 

Cyrtogomphus pinguis (Hall) 

Gomphoceras pingue Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 346-347, pi. 94, fig. 9, 
pi. 95, fig. 6— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 593— 
Stauffer, Ohio Nat., vol. 8, no. 5 (1908) p. 276; Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 
(1909) p. 149, 182 — Prosser, Kindle, and Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and 
Upper Devonian (1913) p. 77, 108, 318-319, pi. 42, figs. 1-3. 

Cyrtogomphus pinguis Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 17, 73. 

Hamilton: Cazenovia, N. Y.; and possibly the Middle Devonian of northwestern Ohio and the Romney 
of western Maryland. 

Cyrtogomphus thedfordensis Flower 

Cyrtogomphus thedfordensis Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 45-46, pi. 2, figs. 26, 27. 

Hamilton: Thedford, Ontario. 



56 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

CYRTOSPYROCERAS Flower (Pseudorthoceratidae) 

Genotype: Cyrtospyroceras reimanni Flower 

Cyrtospyroceras Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 50-51. 

Cyrtospyroceras formosum (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras (Gomphoceras?) formosum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 362, 
pi. 95, figs. 8, 9— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 584. 

Cyrtospyroceras formosum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 52-53, pi. 1, fig. 17. 

Hamilton: Dresden, N. Y. 

Cyrtospyroceras morsum (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras morsum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 43; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 71, pi. 9, fig. 6; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of 
Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 46, figs. 3, 4; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) 
p. 367, pi. 47, figs. 3, 4— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 585— Grabatj, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Cyrtospyroceras? morsum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 53. 

Onondaga: New York; and possibly the Schoharie of New York. 

Cyrtospyroceras reimanni Flower 

Cyrtospyroceras reimanni Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 51-52, text fig. 2, pi. 3, figs. 5-7. 

Hamilton: western New York. 

DAWSONOCERAS Hyatt (Cycloceratidae) 

Genotype : Dawsonoceras hyatti Foerste 

Dawsonoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 276 — Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 369— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 518-519, text fig. 1063— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Mem. 5 (1903) p. 82 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index 
fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 58 — Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, 
ed. 2 (1913) p. 599, text fig. 1112— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 1 (1915) 
p. 387 — Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 20 (1924) p. 225; Denison 
Univ. Bull. Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 26-28. 

Dawsonoceras americanum (Foord) 

Orthoceras undulatum [part] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 2 (1852) p. 293-294, pi. 64, 
fig. la. [Not Orthoceras undulatum Sowerby, 1814; not O. undulatum Owen, 1844.] 

Orthoceras annulatum americanum [part] Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British 
Mus., pt. 1 (1888) p. 56-57. 

Dawsonoceras annulatum americanum [part] Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Mem. 5 (1903) p. 81-83 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index 
fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 58 — Grabau and Sherzer, Mich. Geol. and 
Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 1, Pub. 2 (1910) p. 49 — Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, 
geol. ser. 1, Pub. 2 (1910) p. 196-197, 212, pi. 28, fig. 8, pi. 29, fig. 1— Stauffer, Can. 
Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 278, 284. 

Dawsonoceras americanum Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 
(1928) p. 34-36, 279, pi. 5, figs. 2-4, pi. 28, figs. 4A, 4B, pi. 61, fig. 5. 

Middle Silurian: New York, Indiana, and Kentucky; and possibly the Detroit River of Michigan and 
Ontario. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 57 

Dawsonoceras annulatum americanum Foord [part] = Dawsonoceras americanum 
Dawsonoceras falsum (Fenton and Fenton) 

Spyrocerasf falsum Fenton and Fenton, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 1 
(1924) p. 196, pi. 40, fig. 17. 

Hackberry: Rockford, Iowa. 

Dawsonoceras thoas (Hall) = Spyroceras thoas 

DIADIPLOCERAS Hyatt (Tainoceratidae) 

Genotype: Diadiploceras quadratum Hall [Hyatt] 

Diadiploceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 268 — Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 378, 381— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 524; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) 
p. 605— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 54. 

Diadiploceras inopinatum (Hall) 

Nautilus (Discites) inopinatus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 426-427, 
pi. 110, figs. 1, 2— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 613 
— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 359. 

Diadiploceras (Discites) inopinatum Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 
(1883) p. 268. 

Pleuronautilus inopinatus Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 2 
(1891) p. 137. 

Discites inopinatus Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 168. 

Nautilus inopinatus Sherzer, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 
205 (1917) p. 7. 

Diadiploceras inopinatum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 54. 

Onondaga: Sandusky, Ohio; and possibly the Dundee of Michigan. 

Diadiploceras (Discites) inopinatum (Hall) = Diadiploceras inopinatum 
Diadiploceras quadratum Hall 

Diadiploceras quadratum [Hall] Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) 
p. 268— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 54. 

Nautilus quadratus Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 54. 

Devonian: New York? 

DIAGOCERAS Flower (Orthocerotidae) 
Genotype: Orthoceras aptum Hall 
Diagoceras Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 23. 

Diagoceras aptum (Hall) 

Orthoceras typum [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 38, fig. 8 [not 4-7, 9, 10]. 

Orthoceras aptum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 282-293, pi. 38, fig. 8- 
Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 125. 

Diagoceras aptum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 23-25, pi. 1, 
figs. 5-8, pi. 2, fig. 1. 

Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: Schoharie, Stockbridge, Manlius, Marcellus, and Union Springs, 
N. Y. 

Discites ammonis (Hall) = Centroceras ammonum 
Discites inopinatus (Hall) = Diadiploceras inopinatum 
Discites marcellensis (Vanuxem) = Centroceras marcellense 



58 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

ELEUSOCERAS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 
Genotype: Eleusoceras nicholsi Flower 
Eleusoceras Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 55. 

Eleusoceras nicholsi Flower 

Eleusoceras nicholsi Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 55-56, pi. 3, figs. 1, 2. 

Skaneateles shale member of Hamilton: Pratt's Falls, Onondaga Co., N. Y. 

Endoceras? ommaneyi Foord = Armenoceras ommaneyi and A. donetti 
Endoceras schei Foerste = Michelinoceras? scheii 

ENDOPLANOCERAS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Endoplanoceras gomphus Flower 

Endoplanoceras Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 53-54. 

Endoplanoceras gomphus Flower 

Endoplanoceras gomphus Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 54-55, pi. 3, figs. 16, 17. 

Onondaga: near Bridgewater, N. Y. 

EOBELOCERAS Schindewolf (Beloceratidae) 

Genotype: Ammonites multiseptatus von Buch 

Eobeloceras Schindewolf, Deutsch. geol. Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 88 (1937) p. 690 — 
Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 136-137. 

Eobeloceras iynx (Clarke) 

Beloceras iynx Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53 [nomen 
nudum]; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53 [nomen nudum]; N. Y. 
State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 103-104, text figs. 77-79, pi. 7, figs. 11-16 [also 
issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 579-580— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 
(1904) p. 61; Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 361, 366, 370, 380, 
381; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361, 366, 370, 380, 
381— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Probeloceras lynx Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich-Ungarns und Orients, 
Bd. 14 (1902) p. 60— Wedekind, Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 131. 

Timanites {Probeloceras) lynx Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 
(1913) p. 26. 

Omipliomeroceras (Probeloceras) iynx Sobolew, Warschauer polyt. Inst., Mitt. 
(1913) p. 120. 

Eobeloceras iynx Schindewolf, Deutsch. geol. Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 88 (1937) 
p. 690— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 137-139, text fig. 29, pi. 30, 
figs. 12-17. 

Cashaqua shale member of Naples: Naples, N. Y. 

EPITORNOCERAS Frech = TORNOCERAS 

EUDOCERAS Hyatt (Eudoceratidae) 

Genotype: Trochoceras? (Gonioceras?) pandum Hall 

Eudoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 287— Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 370— Hyatt, Texas Geol. Survey, 
Ann. Rept. 4 (1893) p. 465— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 
(1903) p. 587 — Foerste and Teichert, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 25 
(1930) p. 207. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 59 

Eudoceras pandum (Hall) 

Trochocerasf (Goniocerasf) pandum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 403, 
pi. Ill, fig. 4; N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (117) 1, figs. 3-5— Beecher, Pal. 
N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 37, pi. 117, figs. 3-5. 

Eudoceras pandum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 587-588. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

EURYRIZOCERAS Foerste (Poterioceratidae) 
Genotype: Euryrizoceras chadwicki Foerste 
Euryrizoceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 25 (1930) p. 81. 

Euryrizoceras orodes (Billings) 

Cyrtoceras orodes Billings, Can. Geol. Survey, Pal. Foss., vol. 1 (1865) p. 162 
[advance sheets, 1862] — Whiteaves, Can. Geol. Survey, Pal. Foss., vol. 3, pt. 2 
(1895) p. 103, pi. 14, figs. 7-9— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 5 
(1903) p. 88-89, pi. 15, figs. 3-11 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, 
vol. 3, appd. 8, 1905] — Grabau and Sherzer, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. 
ser. 1, Pub. 2 (1910) p. 49— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 275, 
284— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1925) p. 12-13. 

Cyrtoceras (Cyclostomiceras) orodes Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. 
ser. 1, Pub. 2 (1910) p. 197-198, 213, pi. 28, figs. 6, 7, pi. 29, figs. 2, 3. 

Cyclostomiceras orodes Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 120, text figs. 1358-1360— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., 
Bull. 92, vol. 1 (1915) p. 337. 

Silurian: Ontario and New York; and possibly the Detroit River of Michigan and Ontario. 

EXOCYRTOCERAS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 
Genotype: Exocyrtoceras exoticum Flower 
Exocyrtoceras Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 37-38. 

Exocyrtoceras constrictum Flower 

Exocyrtoceras constrictum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 40, 70, pi. 2, figs. 3-5. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Exocyrtoceras exoticum Flower 

Exocyrtoceras exoticum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 38-39, pi. 2, figs. 12-15. 

Columbus: near Columbus, Ohio. 

Exocyrtoceras micron Flower 

Gomphoceras absens [part] Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (122) 7, 
fig. 1 [not 2, 3]— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 32, pi. 122, fig. 1 
[not 2, 3]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 589-590. 

Exocyrtoceras micron Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 40-41, 69, pi. 4, figs. 8-10. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Exocyrtoceras? missouriense (Branson and Williams) 

Gomphoceras missouriense Branson and Williams, Mo. Bur. Geol. and Mines, 
2d ser., vol. 17 (1923) p. 160, pi. 37, figs. 2-5, pi. 38, fig. 2— Flower, Palaeontographica 
Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 38. 

Grand Tower: Little Saline Creek, southeastern Missouri. 



60 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Exocyrtoceras sinuatum Flower 

Gomphoceras absens [part] Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (122) 7, 
fig. 2 [not 1, 2]— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 32, pi. 122, fig. 2 
[not 1, 3]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 589-590. 

Exocyrtoceras sinuatum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 39-40, 69, pi. 2, figs. 6-11. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. 

GEISONOCERAS Hyatt (Orthocerotidae) 

Genotype: Orthoceras rivale Barrande 

Geisonoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 275— Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 369— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 518, text fig. 1062 — Grabatj and Shimer, North American 
index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 47 — Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. 
Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 598, text fig. 1111— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., 
Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 521— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 20 
(1924) p. 221-222; Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition in the "Fram" 1898- 
1902, no. 39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) p. 4-5; Denison Univ. 
Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 249. 

Geisonoceras accelerans Raymond = Michelinoceras? accelerans 
Geisonoceras anguis (Hall) 

Orthoceras anguis Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 312, pi. 89, fig.9— Clarke 
and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 618— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. 
Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Naples: Cascadilla Creek, Naples, N. Y. 

Geisonoceras artestriatum Foerste 

Geisonoceras artestriatum Foerste, Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition 
in the "Fram" 1898-1902, no. 39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) 
p. 9-10, pi. 2, fig. 3. 

Middle Devonian: Gaase-fjorden (Goose-fjord), southwestern Ellesmere Island. 

Geisonoceras aulax (Hall) 

Orthoceras aulax Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 293, pi. 84, fig. 18— 
Grabatj, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 289-290, text fig. 224— Clarke 
and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 618— Prosser and Kindle, 
Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 77, 108, 313-314, pi. 40, 
figs. 8, 9— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91. 

Hamilton: Erie Co., N. Y. ; and possibly the Romney of Maryland. 

Geisonoceras? carnosum (Hall) 

Orthoceras? n. sp. Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 35, fig. 7. 

Orthoceras carnosum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 258-259, pi. 35, fig. 11 
—Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 620— Grabau, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Geisonoceras filosum (Clarke) 

Orthoceras filosum Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 52, pi. 2, figs. 
12-14— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 549-550, text figs.— Clarke 
and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61— Stose and Swartz [Clarke], 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 61 

U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 179 (1912) p. 11— Prosser and Kindle, 
Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 363, 412, 443, 691-692, 
pi. 71, figs. 12, 13— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 25. 

Naples, New York; and possibly the Jennings of Maryland and West Virginia. 

Geisonoceras hagersvillense (Whiteaves) 

Orthoceras hagersvillense Whiteaves, Ottawa Nat., vol. 12, no. 6 (1898) p. 126; 
Can. Geol. Survey, Pal. Foss., vol. 3, pt. 4 (1906) p. 325, pi. 33, figs. 4, 4a. 

Onondaga: Hagersville, Ontario. 

Geisonoceras linteum (Hall) 

Orthoceras linteum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 277, pi. 87, figs. 3, 4— 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 628. 

Hamilton: Leonardsville, N. Y. 

Geisonoceras normale Raymond = Michelinoceras? normale 
Geisonoceras subtextile (Hall) 

Orthoceras subtextile Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 344, pi. 71, fig. 2 — Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 320. 

Coeymans: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Geisonoceras sverdrupi Foerste 

Geisonoceras sverdrupi Foerste, Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition in 
the "Fram" 1898-1902, no. 39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) p. 8-9, 
pi. 2, figs. 1, 2. 

Middle Devonian: Gaase-fjorden (Goose-fjord), southwestern Ellesmere Island. 

Geisonoceras textum (Hall) 

Orthoceras textum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 285-286, pi. 113, fig. 14. 

Sellersburg? : Falls of the Ohio. 

Geisonoceras valdestriatum Foerste 

Geisonoceras valdestriatum Foerste, Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition 
in the "Fram" 1898-1902, no. 39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) 
p. 10-11, pi. 2, figs. 4, 5. 

Middle Devonian: Gaase-fjorden (Goose-fjord), southwestern Ellesmere Island. 

GEPHUROCERAS ["GEPHYROCERAS"] Hyatt = MANTICOCERAS 

Gephyroceras accelerans (Clarke) = Manticoceras accelerans 
Gephyroceras apprimatum (Clarke) = Manticoceras apprimatum 
Gephyroceras cataphractum Clarke = Manticoceras cataphractum 
Gephyroceras ceryceum Clarke =? Manticoceras gemmdewa 
Gephyroceras (Goniatites) complanatum (Hall) =? Probeloceras lutheri 
Gephyroceras contractum (Clarke) = Manticoceras contractum 
Gephyroceras? delphiense (Kindle) = Manticoceras delphiense and M. kindlei 
Gephyroceras cf. G. domanicense Holzapfel = Manticoceras clarkei 
Gephyroceras fasciculatum (Clarke) = Manticoceras fasciculatum 
Gephyroceras gemmdewa Clarke = Manticoceras genundewa 
Gephyroceras Genundewah Clarke = Manticoceras genundewa 



62 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Gephyroceras? (Probeloceras?) genundewa Clarke = Manticoceras genundewa 

Gephyroceras holzapfeli Clarke = Manticoceras holzapfeli 

Gephyroceras? (Probeloceras?) Holzapfeli Clarke = Manticoceras holzapfeli 

Gephyroceras nodifer (Clarke) = Manticoceras nodifer 

Gephyroceras oxy (Clarke) = Manticoceras oxy 

Gephyroceras patersoni ["pattersoni"] (Hall) = Manticoceras sinuosum 

Gephyroceras pattersoni styliophilum (Clarke) = Manticoceras styliophylum 

Gephyroceras perlatum (Hall) = Manticoceras perlatum 

Gephyroceras (Manticoceras) perlatum (Hall) = Manticoceras perlatum 

Gephyroceras rhynchostoma (Clarke) = Manticoceras rhynchostoma 

Gephyroceras sinuosum (Hall) = Manticoceras sinuosum 

Gephyroceras sororium (Clarke) = Manticoceras sororium 

Gephyroceras tardum (Clarke) = Manticoceras tardum 

Gephyroceras vagans (Clarke) = Manticoceras vagans 

Gephyroceras? wabashense = Werneroceras wabashense 

GIGANTOCERAS Hyatt (Bickmoritidae) 

Genotype: Gyroceras (Nautilus?) inelegans Meek 

Gigantoceras Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 527 — Grabau 
and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 114 — 
Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 608— Broili, Zittel- 
Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 520— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., 
Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1925) p. 37-38. 

Gigantoceras inelegans (Meek) 

Gyroceras (Nautilus?) inelegans Meek, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr. (1871) 
p. 89. 

Gyroceratites (Nautilus?) inelegans Meek, Ohio Geol. Survey, Rept., vol. 1, pt. 2, 
Pal. (1873) p. 232, pi. 21, fig. 1. 

Gyroceras inelegans Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 25 
(1900) p. 739, pi. 28, fig. 1— Sherzer, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 
205 (1917) p. 7— Savage, Ky. Geol. Survey, 6th ser., vol. 36 (1931) p. 228. 

Nephriticeras inelegans Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 535. 

Gigantoceras inelegans Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal. (1900) p. 527 — Grabau 
and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 114, text 
fig. 1349— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 608— Statjffer, 
Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 116, 119, 130, 135, 240— Foerste, Denison 
Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1925) p. 37-38. 

Gyroceratites inelegans Statjffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) 
p. 168. 

Gyroceras (Gigantoceras) inelegans Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. 
ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 359. 

Columbus: central Ohio; and possibly the Delaware of Ohio, the Jeffersonville at the Falls of the Ohio, 
the Dundee of southeastern Michigan, and the Middle Devonian of Ontario. 

Gomphoceras abruptum Hall = Brevicoceras? abruptum 

Gomphoceras absens (Hall) = Turnoceras absens, Exocyrtoceras micron, E. con- 

strictum, E. sinuatum, Brevicoceras conicum, and B. compactum 
Gomphoceras ajax Hall = Acleistoceras? ajax 
Gomphoceras amphora Whitfield = Acleistoceras? amphora 
Gomphoceras arcuatum Hall [Grabau] = Acleistoceras crenatum 
Gomphoceras bellatulum Rowley = Acleistoceras? bellatulum 
Gomphoceras beta Hall = Brevicoceras? beta 

Gomphoceras breviposticum Whitfield = Acleistoceras? breviposticum 
Gomphoceras calvini Cleland = Acleistoceras calvini 






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Gomphoceras cammarus Hall = Acleistoceras? cammarus 

Gomphoceras clavatum (Hall) = Verticoceras? clavatum 

Gomphoceras (Poterioceras) clavatum (Hall) = Verticoceras? clavatum 

Gomphoceras conradi Hall = Verticoceras conradi and V. erectum 

Gomphoceras (Apioceras) Conradi Hall = Verticoceras conradi 

Gomphoceras crenatum Hall = Acleistoceras crenatum 

Gomphoceras? crucifer Hall [Grabau] = Brevicoceras? cruciferum 

Gomphoceras? cruciferum Hall = Brevicoceras? cruciferum 

Gomphoceras eximium Hall = Acleistoceras eximium 

Gomphoceras facetum Rowley = Acleistoceras? facetum 

Gomphoceras fax Hall = Micronoceras? fax 

Gomphoceras (Poterioceras) fax Hall = Micronoceras? fax 

Gomphoceras fischeri Hall = Acleistoceras fischeri 

Gomphoceras (Apioceras) fischeri Hall = Acleistoceras fischeri 

Gomphoceras floydense Fenton and Fenton = Acleistoceras? floydense 

Gomphoceras fusiforme Whitfield = Acleistoceras? clelandi 

Gomphoceras fusiforme whitfieldi Cleland = Acleistoceras? clelandi 

Gomphoceras gomphus Hall = Acleistoceras? gomphus 

Gomphoceras grandtowerensis Branson and Williams = Acleistoceras grandtow- 
erense 

Gomphoceras hyatti Whitfield = Acleistoceras hyatti 

Gomphoceras illaenus Hall == Acleistoceras? illaenus 

Gomphoceras impar Hall = Acleistoceras impar 

Gomphoceras (Poterioceras) impar Hall = Acleistoceras impar 

Gomphoceras lunatum Hall = Cyrtogomphus lunatus 

Gomphoceras manes Hall = Brevicoceras? manes 

Gomphoceras manitobense Whiteaves = Poteriocerina manitobensis 

Gomphoceras minimum Hall = Ovoceras? minimum 

Gomphoceras missouriense Branson and Williams = Exocyrtoceras? missouriense 

Gomphoceras mitra Hall = Acleistoceras mitra 

Gomphoceras mitriforme Clarke = Brevicoceras? mitriforme 

Gomphoceras numa (Billings) = Nephriticeras? numa 

Gomphoceras omicron Winchell = Acleistoceras? omicron 

Gomphoceras oviforme (Hall) = Ovoceras oviforme, O. constrictum, and Micro- 
noceras gibbosum 

Gomphoceras (Apioceras) oviforme Hall = Ovoceras oviforme 

Gomphoceras pingue Hall = Cyrtogomphus? pinguis 

Gomphoceras? planum Hall = Brevicoceras planum 

Gomphoceras plenum Hall = Acleistoceras plenum 

Gomphoceras poculum Hall = Micronoceras? poculum 

Gomphoceras raphanus Hall = Micronoceras raphanus and Brevicoceras wellsi 

Gomphoceras (Poterioceras) raphanus Hall = Micronoceras raphanus 

Gomphoceras rude Hall = Brevicoceras rude 

Gomphoceras sacculum Meek and Worthen = Acleistoceras? sacculum 

Gomphoceras sciotense Whitfield = Acleistoceras? sciotense 

Gomphoceras solidum Hall = Poteriocerina solida 

Gomphoceras striatum Rowley = Acleistoceras? striatum 

Gomphoceras suboviforme Walcott = Acleistoceras? suboviforme 

Gomphoceras transversum (Hall) = Tetranodoceras transversum 

Gomphoceras tumidum Hall = Anglicornus? tumidum 

Gomphoceras turbiniforme Meek and Worthen = Ovoceras turbiniforme 



64 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Gomphoceras (Apioceras) turbiniforme Meek and Worthen = Ovoceras turbiniforme 
Gomphoceras whitfieldi Cleland = Acleistoceras whitfieldi 
Gomphoceras wisconsinense Cleland = Acleistoceras? wisconsinense 
Goniatites amplexus Hall = Manticoceras? amplexum 
Goniatites astarte Clarke = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 
Goniatites bicostatus Hall = Tornoceras (Auiatornoceras) bicostatum and Torno- 
ceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 
Goniatites (Tornoceras) bicostatus Hall = Tornoceras (Auiatornoceras) bicostatum 
Goniatites chemungensis Vanuxem = Schindewolfoceras chemungense and Sand- 

bergeroceras? syngonum 
Goniatites Chemungensis equicostatus Hall = Schindewolfoceras? equicostatum 
Goniatites complanatus (Hall) =? Probeloceras lutheri 
Goniatites (Clymenia?) complanatus (Hall) =? Probeloceras lutheri 
Goniatites complanatus perlatus Hall = Manticoceras perlatum 
Goniatites delphiensis Kindle = Manticoceras delphiense and M. kindlei 
Goniatites desideratus Walcott = Agoniatites? desideratus 
Goniatites discoideus Hall = Tornoceras (Parodoceras) discoideum and Tornoceras 

(Tornoceras) uniangulare 
Goniatites (Parodiceras) discoideus Hall = Tornoceras (Parodoceras) discoideum 
Goniatites discoideus ohioensis Hall and Whitfield = Tornoceras (Tornoceras?) 

whitfieldi 
Goniatites erato (Hall) =? Probeloceras lutheri 
Goniatites evexus (von Buch) [part] = Agoniatites vanuxemi 

Goniatites expansus Vanuxem = Agoniatites vanuxemi and Centroceras marcellense 
Goniatites (Agoniatites) expansus (Vanuxem) = Agoniatites vanuxemi 
Goniatites holzapfeli (Clarke) = Manticoceras holzapfeli 
Goniatites (Gephyroceras) holzapfeli (Clarke) = Manticoceras holzapfeli 
Goniatites interruptus Rogers [not de Koninck] =? Manticoceras sinuosum 
Goniatites intumescens (Beyrich) [part] = Manticoceras sinuosum 
Goniatites (Manticoceras) intumescens (Beyrich) [part] = Manticoceras sinuosum 
Goniatites lutheri Clarke = Probeloceras lutheri 
Goniatites (Probeloceras) lutheri (Clarke) = Probeloceras lutheri 
Goniatites marcellensis Vanuxem = Centroceras marcellense 
Goniatites [Agoniatites] marcellensis Vanuxem = Centroceras marcellense 
Goniatites mithrax Hall = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) mithrax 
Goniatites nodifer Clarke = Manticoceras nodifer 
Goniatites (Clymenia?) Nundaia Hall = Manticoceras sinuosum 
Goniatites orbicella Hall = Tornoceras? (Tornoceras?) orbicella 
Goniatites patersoni ["pattersoni"] Hall = Manticoceras sinuosum 
Goniatites peracutus Hall = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) peracutum 
Goniatites plebeiformis Hall = Werneroceras plebeiforme 
Goniatites punctuatus Conrad = Agoniatites punctatus 
Goniatites rhynchostoma (Clarke) = Manticoceras rhynchostoma 
Goniatites (Manticoceras) rhynchostoma (Clarke) = Manticoceras rhynchostoma 
Goniatites simulator Hall = Manticoceras simulator 
Goniatites sinuosus Hall = Manticoceras sinuosum and Tornoceras (Parodoceras) 

discoideum 
Goniatites sororium (Clarke) = Manticoceras sororium 
Goniatites (Manticoceras) sororium (Clarke) = Manticoceras sororium 
Goniatites subnautilinus (Schlotheim) [part] = Agoniatites vanuxemi 
Goniatites uniangularis Conrad = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 65 

Goniatites (Tornoceras) uniangularis Conrad = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) unian- 

gulare 
Goniatites (Tornoceras) uniangularis compressum Clarke = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) 

uniangulare 
Goniatites (Tornoceras) uniangularis obesum Clarke = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) 

uniangulare 
Goniatites unilobatus Hall = Agoniatites unilobatus 
Goniatites vanuxemi (Hall) = Agoniatites vanuxemi 
Goniatites vanuxemi nodiferus Hall = Agoniatites nodiferus 
Goniatites wabashensis Kindle = Werneroceras wabashense 
Gyroceras canadense Whiteaves = Cophinoceras canadense 
Gyroceras clarkei Cleland = Rhadinoceras clarkei 
Gyroceras columbiense Whitfield = Ryticeras? columbiense 
Gyroceras? constrictum Meek and Worthen = Tetranodoceras constrictum 
Gyroceras cornutum Owen = Naedyceras cornutum 
Gyroceras cyclops Hall = Ryticeras cyclops 
Gyroceras (Rhyticeras) cyclops Hall = Ryticeras cyclops 
Gyroceras eryx Hall = Rhadinoceras eryx and R. clarkei 
Gyroceras expansum Saemann = Nephriticeras bucinum 
Gyroceras filicinctum Whiteaves = Cophinoceras filicinctum 
Gyroceras? haanii (Troost) = Polycronites haanii 
Gyroceras inelegans Meek = Gigantoceras inelegans 
Gyroceras (Gigantoceras) inelegans Meek = Gigantoceras inelegans 
Gyroceras (Nautilus?) inelegans Meek = Gigantoceras inelegans 
Gyroceras indianense Kindle = Centroceras? indianense 
Gyroceras jason (Hall) = Ryticeras jason 
Gyroceras laciniosum Hall = Halloceras laciniosum 
Gyroceras liratum Hall = Lyrioceras liratum, L. subliratum, and Nephriticerina 

juvenis 
Gyroceras logani Meek = Halloceras logani 
Gyroceras matheri (Conrad) = Halloceras matheri 
Gyroceras (Halloceras) matheri (Conrad) = Halloceras matheri 
Gyroceras nereus Hall = Zitteloceras nereus 
Gyroceras (Zitteloceras) nereus Hall = Zitteloceras nereus 
Gyroceras Numa Billings = Nephriticeras? numa 
Gyroceras ohioense Meek = Centroceras ohioense 
Gyroceras (Centroceras) ohioense Meek = Centroceras ohioense 
Gyroceras (Trochoceras?) Ohioense Meek = Centroceras ohioense 
Gyroceras ornatum (Goldfuss) [Stauffer] = Cophinoceras ornatum? 
Gyroceras paucinodum Hall = Halloceras paucinodum 
Gyroceras (Halloceras) paucinodus Hall = Halloceras paucinodum 
Gyroceras (Hercoceras?) paucinodus Hall = Halloceras paucinodum 
Gyroceras pratti Barris = Centroceras pratti 

Gyroceras seminodosum Whitfield = Nassauoceras seminodosum 
Gyroceras spinosum (Conrad) = Cophinoceras spinosum 
Gyroceras (Cophinoceras) spinosum (Conrad) = Cophinoceras spinosum 
Gyroceras (Cyrtoceras?) spinosum (Conrad) = Cophinoceras spinosum 
Gyroceras subliratum Hall = Lyrioceras subliratum 
Gyroceras submamillatum Whiteaves = Tetranodoceras submamillatum 
Gyroceras transversum (Hall) = Tetranodoceras transversum 
Gyroceras trivolvis (Conrad) = Ryticeras trivolve 



66 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Gyroceras (Zitteloceras) trivolve (Conrad) = Ryticeras trivolve 
Gyroceras undulatum (Vanuxem) = Halloceras undulatum 
Gyroceras (Halloceras) undulatum (Vanuxem) = Halloceras undulatum 
Gyroceras validum Hall = Rhadinoceras validum 
Gyroceratites inelegans (Meek) = Gigantoceras inelegans 
Gyroceratites (Nautilus?) inelegans (Meek) = Gigantoceras inelegans 
Gyroceratites ohioensis (Meek) = Centroceras ohioense 
Gyroceratites (Trochoceras?) ohioensis (Meek) = Centroceras ohioense 

HALLOCERAS Hyatt (Halloceratidae) 

Genotype: Cyrtoceras undulatum Vanuxem 

Halloceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 284— Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 376— Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalop- 
oda in British Mus., pt. 2 (1891) p. 53— Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc., Pr., vol. 32 (1894) 
p. 518; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 522— Grabau and Shimer, North 
American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 76-77— Broili, Zittel-Broili 
Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 527. 

Halloceras laciniosum (Hall) 

Gyroceras laciniosum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 376-377, pi. 52A, 
fig. 8; N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (124) 9, figs. 5, 6— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., 
vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 36, pi. 124, figs. 5, 6— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 596— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 
(1904) p. 42. 



Onondaga: New York. 

Halloceras logani (Meek) 

Gyroceras Logani Meek, Chicago Acad. Sci., Tr., vol. 1 (1867) p. 110-111, pi. 15, 
figs. 2a-2c. 

Devonian: Mackenzie River district, Canada. 

Halloceras matheri (Conrad) 

Cyrtoceras Matheri Conrad, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 4 (1840) p. 206. 

Gyroceras matheri Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 38; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 66; N. Y. State Geol. Survey, Illustrations of De- 
vonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 55, figs. 5, 6, pi. 56, fig. 3; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2 (1879) p. 377-378, pi. 55, figs. 1-6— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 203, 328, text 
fig. 142. 

Gyroceras (Halloceras) matheri Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 596. 

Ryticeras matheri Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 81, text fig. 1299. 









Onondaga: New York. 

Halloceras paucinodum (Hall) 

Gyroceras (Herococeras?) paucinodus Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of 
Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 55, figs. 1-4. 

Gyroceras paucinodum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 380-381, pi. 54, 
figs. 1-4— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 204, 328, text fig. 144. 

Gyroceras (Halloceras) paucinodus Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 597. 

Halloceras paucinodum Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 77, text fig. 1294. 

Onondaga: Cherry Valley and Schoharie, N. Y. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 67 

Halloceras undulatum (Vanuxem) 

Cyrtoceras undulatus Vanuxem, Geol. N. Y., Survey third geol. district (1842) 
p. 139, 140, text fig. 33 (2). [Not Cyrtoceras undulatus Hall, 1876.] 

Gyroceras undulatum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 38; N. Y. State Cab., Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 66; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 56, figs. 1, 2; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 378- 
380, pi. 53, figs. 1-6, pi. 54, fig. 5 — Miller, North American geology and palaeontology 
for the use of amateurs, students, and scientists (1889) p. 441, text fig. 743 — Clarke 
and Ltjther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42— Grabatt, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 92 (1906) p. 203, 328, text fig. 143— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) 
p. 11. 

Halloceras undulatum Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 284 — 
Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) 
p. 77, text fig. 1293. 

Cyrtoceras (Gyroceras?) undulatum Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) 
p. 181, text fig., and Errata for vol. 1, p. xviii. 

Gyroceras (Halloceras) undulatum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
IBulL 65 (1903) p. 600-601. 

Onondaga: New York and Pennsylvania. 

tHercoceras auriculum Parks = Tyrrelloceras? auriculum 

HERKIMEROCERAS Foerste (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Cyrtoceras subrectum Hall 

Herkimeroceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) 
pp. 288, 289, 327-328, pi. 51, figs. 2A-2C. 

f Herkimeroceras subrectum (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras subrectum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 342-343, pi. 69, figs. 3a-3d. 
Herkimeroceras subrectum Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 
( (1926) p. 288, 327-328, pi. 51, figs. 2A-2C — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, 
vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 68. 

Keyser: Herkimer Co., N. Y.; and probably the Manlius of Schoharie Valley, N. Y. 

HOMALOCERAS Whiteaves (Rhadinoceratidae) 

Genotype: Homaloceras planatum Whiteaves 

Homaloceras Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1891) p. 104 — Hyatt, 

Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 520; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, 

•■ed. 2 (1913) p. 601— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 525. 

^Homaloceras planatum Whiteaves 

Homaloceras planatum Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1891) 
p. 104-105, pi. 8, fig. 1-ld; Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 4 (1892) 
! p. 345. 

Winnipegosis? : Dawson Bay, Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba. 

JOVELLANIA Bayle [part] = TRIPLEUROCERAS 

KIONOCERAS Hyatt (Kionoceratidae) 

Genotype: Orthoceras doricum Barrande 

Kionoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 275— Zittel, 
IHandb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 396— Newell, Boston Soc. 
?-Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 23 (1888) p. 469— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 
( (1900) p. 519— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 5 (1903) p. 82— 
* Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) 



68 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

p. 61— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 600— Bassler, 
U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 1, p. 681— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, 
ed. 6 (1924) p. 521 — Foerste, Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition in the 
"Fram" 1898-1902, no. 39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) p. 4; 
Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 285-286. 

Kionoceras champlaini Clarke 

Kionoceras champlaini Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 107 (1907) p. 177, text 
fig.; N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 9, pt. 1 (1908) p. 43, 142, pi. 13, fig. 8. 

Grand Greve: Indian Cove, Quebec. 

Kionoceras creon (Hall) 

Orthoceras creon Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 260, pi. 79, figs. 14, 15— 
Foerste, Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition in the "Fram" 1898-1902, 
no. 39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) p. 5. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) creon Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 
(1903) p. 622. 

Orthoceras erion Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. [Obviously a 
misprint and was intended to read Orthoceras creon.] 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Kionoceras darwini (Billings) [Bassler] = Kionoceras cf. K. myrice 
Kionoceras dyeri Foerste 

Kionoceras dyeri Foerste, Ontario Dept. Mines, Ann. Rept. 37, pt. 6, appd. 
(1929) p. 71-72, pi. 1, fig. 5. 

Abitibi River: West branch French River, Ontario. 

Kioniceras cf. K. myrice (Hall and Whitfield) 

Orthoceras darwini [part] Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 1 
(1888) p. 76-78, text fig. 8. [Not Cyrtoceras myrice Hall and Whitfield, 1875.] 

Kionoceras darwini [part] Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92 (1915) p. 682. 

Kionoceras cf. K. myrice Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 
(1928) p. 37-39, pi. 10, fig. 3; Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 24 (1929) p. 68, 

Lower Devonian?: Offley Island, Arctic America. 

Kionoceras oedipus (Hall) 

Orthoceras oedipus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 294-295, pi. 37, fig. 6, pi. 
82, fig. 17— Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 13 (1894) p. 171, pi. 2, fig. 12— 
Foerste, Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition in the "Fram" 1898-1902, 
no. 39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) p. 5. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) oedipus Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 633-634. 

Orthoceras aedipus Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 11. [Obviously 
a misprint and was intended to read Orthoceras oedipus.] 

Hamilton: New York. 

Kioniceras profundum (Hall) 

Orthoceras profundum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 48; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 76, pi. 7, fig. 8; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of 
Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 37, figs. 3-6; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) 
p. 271, pi. 37, figs. 7-9— Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 242— 
Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 556, text fig.— Clarke, N. Y. State 
Geol., Ann. Rept. 13 (1894) p. 170— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 69 

(1904) p. 42 — Foerste, Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition in the "Fram" 
1898-1902, no. 39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) p. 5. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) profundum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus. f 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 638. 

Onondaga: western New York; and possibly the Columbus at Columbus, Ohio. 

KOENENITES Wedekind (Manticoceratidae) 

Genotype: Goniatites lamellosus Sandberger and Sandberger 

Koenenites Wedekind, Ges. naturf. Freunde Berlin, Sitz., Jahrg. 1913 (1913) 
p. 47; Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 126— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., 
Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 550— Matern, Preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 134 
(1931) p. 73— Schindewolf, Deutsch. geol. Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 88 (1937) p. 691— 
Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 125-126. 

Koenenites cooperi Miller 

Koenenites cooperi Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 126-130, text 
figs. 25, 26, pi. 27, figs. 8-11, pi. 28, figs. 1-5. 

Basal Antrim: near Alpena, Mich. 

KOPHINOCERAS Hyatt = COPHINOCERAS 

LOBOBACTRITES Schindewolf (Bactritidae) 

Genotype: Bactrites ellipticus Freeh 

Lohobactrites Schindewolf, Pal. Zeitschr., Bd. 14 (1932) p. 174; Preuss. geol. 
Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 148 (1933) p. 73— Spath, Biol. Rev., vol. 8 (1933) p. 445- 
450— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 39-40. 

Lobobactrites clavus (Hall) 

Bactrites clavus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 316-317, pi. 84, fig. 15, pi. 
113, figs. 1-5 — Foord and Crick, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 (1897) 
p. 9— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 577— Clarke 
and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 46— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 92 (1906) p. 329— Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 134, text fig. 1386 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, 
pars 1 (1913) p. 12— Willard, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 24 (1932) p. 148; Pa.Geol. 
Survey, 4th ser., Bull. G4 (1932) p. 36, 40— Goldring, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 303 
(1935) p. 158, text fig. 57L— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22 (1936) p. 280, 284. 

Lobobactrites clavus Schindewolf, Preuss geol. Landes., Abh., N. F. Heft 148 
(1933) p. 73 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), 
Ammonoidea 7 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 40-41, pi. 3, figs. 1-7. 

Marcellus and Hamilton: New York and Pennsylvania. 

Loxoceras bebryx (Hall) = Ormoceras bebryx 
Loxoceras? consortale (Hall) = Bradfordoceras consortale 
Loxoceras? expositum (Hall) = Ormoceras expositum 
Loxoceras luxum (Hall) = Ormoceras luxum 

LYRIOCERAS Foerste (Rhadinoceratidae) 

Genotype: Nautilus liratus Hall 

Lyrioceras Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 193-194— 
Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 51. 

Lyrioceras dubium Miller 

Aploceras (Cyrtoceras) liratum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from 
the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 44; N. Y. State 
Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 72, pi. 8, fig. 9. 



70 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Cyrtoceras liratum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 364-365, pi. 95, fig. 1— 
Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 531— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus.,Bull. 
49 (1901) p. 124. 

Lyrioceras [Aploceras (Cyrtoceras)] liratum Miller, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 
24 (1932) p. 331. 

Lyrioceras dubium Miller, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 24 (1932) p. 331 — Flower, 
Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 51. 

Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: Manlius, N. Y. 

Lyrioceras hindshawi (Ehlers and Hussey) 

Nephriticeras hindshawi Ehlers and Hussey, Mich. Acad. Sci., Arts, and Letters, 
Pap., vol. 1 (1923) p. 249-251, pi. 37, fig. 4, pi. 38, fig. 1. 

Lyrioceras hindshawi Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 198. 

Long Lake member of Traverse: Hawks Post Office, Presque Isle Co., Mich. 

Lyrioceras liratum (Hall) 

Gyroceras liratum Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) p. 
104; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 58, 
fig. 1 [not 2], pi. 60, figs. 8, 9 [not pi. 57, figs. 5, 6] — Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 48, 51, 54. 

Nautilus liratus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 407-408, pi. 57, fig. 3, pi. 
60, figs. 8, 9— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 125, 131— Clarke and 
Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 45— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 128 
(1909) p. 19. 

Nephriticeras liratum Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 532 — Whit- 
eaves, Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 5 (1898) p. 408, 417 — Grabau 
and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 85 — 
Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 236. 

Nautilus {Nephriticeras) liratus Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 613-614. 

Lyrioceras liratum Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 193- 
194— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 51. 

Hamilton and Marcellus: New York; and possibly the Hamilton of Pennsylvania and Ontario. 

Lyrioceras subliratum (Hall) 

Gyroceras subliratum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 58, figs. 3, 4. 

Gyroceras liratum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 58, fig. 2 [not 1; and not pi. 57, figs. 5, 6, nor pi. 60, figs. 8, 9.] 

Nautilus? Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cepha- 
lopoda (1876) pi. 58, fig. 5. 

Nautilus subliratus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 409-410, pi. 57, figs. 4-7. 

Nephriticeras subliratum Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1893) p. 532-533. 

Nautilus {Nephriticeras) subliratus Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 616 

Lyrioceras subliratum Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927.) 
p. 193. 

Hamilton: Earlville and Basin Gulf, N. Y. 

Maeneceras amplexum (Hall) = Manticoceras? amplexum 

MANTICOCERAS Hyatt (Manticoceratidae) 

Genotype: Goniatites simulator Hall 

Manticoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 317-318— 
Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 418— Gurich, Russ.- 
kais. Min. Ges. St. Petersburg, Verh., 2d ser., Bd. 32 (1896) p. 334— Clarke, N. Y. 
State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50, vol. 2 (1899) p. 42-45, 79-80 [also issued as N. Y. State 
Geol., Ann. Rept. 16]— Holzapfel, Mem. Com. Geol., vol. 12, no. 3 (1899) p. 21— 






CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 71 

Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 299— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 550 — Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich-Ungarns 
und Orients, Bd. 14 (1902) p. 56 — Gurich, Leitfossilien des Devons, Leitfossilien 
(1909) p. 126 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, 
vol. 2 (1910) p. 136— Smith, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 631— 
Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 22 — Wedekind, Ges. 
naturf. Freunde Berlin, Sitz., Jahrg. 1913 (1913) p. 46; Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 
(1918) p. 123-126— Shannon, Devon Assoc, Tr., vol. 53 (1921) p. 251— Schindewolf, 
Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 49 (1923) p. 306— Broili, Zittel- 
Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 550, text fig. 1154— Matern, Sencken- 
bergiana, Bd. 11 (1929) p. 151 — Ruedemann and Goldring, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
288 (1931) p. 79, text fig. 14— Matern, Preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 134 
(1931) p. 54— Schindewolf, Preuss. geol. Landes., Jahrb., Bd. 58 (1937) p. 249, 250— 
Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 72-74. 

Gephuroceras ["Gephyroceras"] Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) 
p. 316-317— Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 418— Hyatt, 
Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 414— Gurich, Russ.-kais. Min. Ges. St. Peters- 
burg, Verb.., 2d ser., Bd. 32 (1896) p. 335 — Foord and Crick, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda 
in British Mus., pt. 3 (1897) p. 59, 287— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50, 
vol. 2 (1899)p. 44, 45, 85 [also issued as N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16] — Holzapfel, 
Mem. Com. Geol., vol. 12, no. 3 (1899) p. 27-28— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. 
Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 550, text fig. 1125— Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich- 
Ungarns und Orients, Bd. 14 (1902) p. 56 — Smith, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, 
ed. 2 (1913) p. 631, text figs. 1138, 1179 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, 
pars 1 (1913) p. 21— Wedekind, Ges. naturf. Freunde Berlin, Sitz., Jahrg. 1913 (1913) 
p. 46; Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 121, 166 — Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. 
Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 49 (1923) p. 307— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., 
Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 550— Matern, Senckenbergiana, Bd. 11 (1929) p. 151. [Gonia- 
tites sinuosus Hall is genotype of Gephuroceras.] 

Manticoceras accelerans Clarke 

Manticoceras accelerans Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53 
[nomen nudum]; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53 [nomen nodum]; 
N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 77, 82, text figs. 60, 63, 64, pi. 6, fig. 10 
[also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 602— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 
(1904) p. 61— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 361; N. Y. State Mus., 
Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, 
Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America 
(Devonian), Ammonoidea 16 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 74, 
text fig. 12, pi. 13, fig. 8. 

Gephyroceras accelerans Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; 
Geol. Soc Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Cashaqua shale member of Naples: Naples, N. Y. 

Manticoceras? amplexum (Hall) 

Goniatites amplexus Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (127) 12, fig. 1 — 
Williams, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 6 (1887) p. 28— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 39-40, pi. 127, fig. 1— Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc Am., 
Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 859. 

Maeneceras amplexum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 602— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 309. 

Manticoceras? amplexum Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) 
p. 23— Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 
17 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec Pap. 14 (1938) p. 74-76, pi. 13, figs. 15-19. 

Tully: New York. 

Manticoceras apprimatum Clarke 

Manticoceras apprimatum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 62- 
63, 80, text figs. 63, 64, pi. 6, figs. 27-29 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 
50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 603— Clarke 
and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., 



72 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) 
p. 358, 361 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogue, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24 — Schmidt, 
Pal. Zeitschr., Bd. 7 (1926) p. 201— Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North 
America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 18 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 76-77, pi. 13, figs. 9-11. 

Gephyroceras apprimatum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Genesee and Naples: New York. 

Manticoceras cataphractum (Clarke) 

Gephyroceras cataphractum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 87- 
89, text figs. 66, 67, pi. 6, figs. 3-9 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]— 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 588— Clarke, N. Y. 
State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 
(1905) p. 361. 

Manticoceras cataphractum Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 
(1913) p. 25— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; Geol. Soc. Am., 
vol. 46 (1935) p. 320 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devo- 
nian), Ammonoidea 19 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 77-80, text 
figs. 13, 14, pi. 13, figs. 1-7. 

Hanover shale member of Chemung formation: near Java, N. Y. 

Manticoceras clarkei Miller 

Gephyroceras cf. G. domanicense Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 345, 
357, 361, 366, 368, 380, text fig. 15; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 
(1905) p. 345, 357, 361, 366, 368, 380, text fig. 15— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., 
Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 41, 91— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 324. [Not Gephyroceras domanicense Hol- 
zapfel, 1899.] 

Manticoceras clarkei Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 80-81, pi. 14, 
figs. 15-17. 

Gowanda member of Canadaway: western New York. 

Manticoceras contractum Clarke 

Manticoceras Patersoni contractum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 
(1897) p. 53 [nomen nudum]; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53 
[nomen nudum]. 

Manticoceras contractum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 69- 
70, 81, text figs. 44, 63, 64, pi. 6, figs. 1, 2 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 
50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 603, 809— Clarke 
and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 59— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., 
Mem. 6 (1904) p. 359, 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) 
p. 359, 361 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24 — Miller, 
Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 20; Geol. 
Soc. Am., Spec Pap. 14 (1938) p. 81-82, pi. 13, figs. 12-14. 

Gephyroceras contractum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; 
Geol. Soc. Am., vol. 46 (1935) p. 311. 



Genundewa linestone member of Genesee: near Canandaigua Lake, N. Y. 

Manticoceras cordiforme Miller 

Manticoceras cordiforme Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 82-83, 
pi. 21, figs. 2-4. 

Carcajou Mountain sandstone: Mackenzie River Valley, Canada. 

Manticoceras delphiense (Kindle) 

Goniatites delphiensis [part] Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 
25 (1901) p. 563, 577-578, pi. 2, figs. 1, la [not 2, 3]. 



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CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 73 

Gephyroceras? delphiense [part] Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 374; 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 374. 

Manticoceras delphiense Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America 
(Devonian), Ammonoidea 21 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 83-85, 
pi. 14, figs. 1-3. 

Lower part of New Albany shale: near Delphi, Indiana. 

Manticoceras fasciculatum Clarke 

Manticoceras fasciculatum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 71- 
74, 81-82, text figs. 45-53, 63, 64, pi. 6, figs. 13-22 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., 
Ann. Rept. 50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 603- 
604— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 59— Clarke, N. Y. 
State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 359, 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 
8 (1905) p. 359, 361 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24— 
Schmidt, Pal. Zeitschr., Bd. 7 (1926) p. 201 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of 
North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 22 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 
(1938) p. 85-87, text fig. 15, pi. 15, figs. 1-10. 

Gephyroceras fasciculatum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 311. 

Genundewa limestone member of Genesee: central New York. 

Manticoceras genundewa (Clarke) 

Gephyroceras Genundewah Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53 
[nomen nudum]; N. Y. State Miis., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53 [nomen nudum]. 

(?) Gephyroceras ceryceum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53 
[nomen nudum]; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53 [nomen nudum]. 

Gephyroceras? (Probeloceras?) genundewa Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 
16 (1899) p. 86, pi. 8, figs. 1-3 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]— Clarke 
and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 588-589— Clarke, N. Y. State 
Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 359, 361, 370; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 
(1905) p. 359, 361, 370. 

Gephyroceras genundewa Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) 
p. 59— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 23. 

Manticoceras genundewa Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) 
p. 25 — Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 311 — Miller, Type inverte- 
brate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 23 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., 
Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 88-89, pi. 20, figs. 1-4. 

Manticoceras? (Probeloceras?) genundewa Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Proc. for 
1933 (1934) p. 350. 

Genundewa limestone member of Genesee: New York. 

Manticoceras holzapfeli (Clarke) 

Gephyroceras holzapfeli Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 87, 
text fig. 65, pi. 7, fig. 17 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]— Clarke and 
Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 589— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., 
Mem. 6 (1904) p. 357, 361, 380; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) 
p. 357, 361, 380— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p 41— Chad- 
wick, Geol Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; Geol. Soc. Am , vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Gephyroceras? (Probeloceras?) Holzapfeli Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 
16 (1899) p. 157 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]. 

Goniatites (Gephyroceras) holzapfeli Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 
(1899) p. 302-303, text fig. 241. 

Manticoceras holzapfeli Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) 
p. 25 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 
24 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 89-91, text fig. 16, pi. 30, fig. 18. 

Goniatites holzapfeli Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91. 

Cashaqua shale member of Naples: Eighteen-mile Creek, N. Y. 



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Manticoceras intumescens (Beyrich) [part] = Manticoceras regulare, M. simulator, 

and M. sinuosum 
Manticoceras kindlei Miller 

Goniatites delphiensis [part] Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 

25 (1901) p. 563, 577-578, pi. 2, figs. 2, 3 [not 1, la]. 

Gephyroceras? delphiense [part] Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 374; 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 374. 

Manticoceras kindlei Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 91-92, pi. 14, 
figs. 8-11. 

Lower part of New Albany shale: near Delphi, Ind. 

Manticoceras nodifer (Clarke) 

Goniatites nodifer Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 21. 

Manticoceras nodifer Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53; 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 
(1899) p. 74-75, 82, text fig. 54, 63, 64, pi. 6, figs. 24-26 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., 
Ann. Rept. 50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 604— 
Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 59— Clarke, N. Y. State 
Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 359, 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 
(1905) p. 359, 361 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), 
Ammonoidea, 25 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 92-93, pi. 15, figs. 
15-18. 

Manticoceras nodiferum Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) 
p. 24. 

Gephyroceras nodifer Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; Geol. 
Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 311. 

Genundewa limestone member of Genesee: Genundewa, N. Y. 

Manticoceras nodiferum Clarke [Freeh] = Manticoceras nodifer 
Manticoceras oxy Clarke 

Manticoceras oxy Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53 [nomen 
nudum}; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53 [nomen nudum}; N. Y. 
State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 77-78, 82, text figs. 61, 63, 64, pi. 2, figs. 5, 6, pi. 3, 
figs. 1-3, 4? [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 605, 810— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 63— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 
361, 368; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361, 368— 
Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 22, 23— Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, 
Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 27, 28, 
29 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 

26 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 93-96, text fig. 17, pi. 16, fig. 1, pi. 
17, fig. 1, pi. 18, figs. 1-3. 

Gephyroceras oxy Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; Geol. 
Soc. Am., vol. 46 (1935) p. 320. 

Chemung: New York. 

Manticoceras patersoni ["paltersoni"] (Hall) = Manticoceras regulare and M. 

sinuosum 
Manticoceras Patersoni contractum Clarke = Manticoceras contractum 
Manticoceras patersoni ["pattersoni"] styliophilum Clarke = Manticoceras stylio- 

philum 
Manticoceras perlatum (Hall) 

Goniatites complanatus perlatus Hall, Descriptions of new species of Goniatidae, 
with a list of previously described species (1874) p. 1-2; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. 
Rept. 27 (1875) p. 132-133; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 70, fig. 12; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 458-459, pi. 70, 
fig. 12— Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 50. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 75 

Gephyroceras perlatum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53; 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 
(1899) p. 85-86 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 589, 809; Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 
6 (1904) p. 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 361. 

Gephyroceras (Manticoceras) perlatum Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, 
pars 1 (1913) p. 24. 

Manticoceras perlatum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 312, 317— Miller, Type invertebrate fossils 
of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 27 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 
!14 (1938) p. 95-97, pi. 24, figs. 11, 12. 

Sherburne member of Genesee: New York; and possibly the Ithaca member of the Naples of New York. 

Manticoceras regulare Fenton and Fenton 

Goniatites sp. Calvin, Iowa Geol. Survey, vol. 7 (1897) p. 168. 

Manticoceras intumescens Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 137, 
138 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]; N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) 
p. 356; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 356. 

Manticoceras pattersoni Fenton, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 48 (1919) p. 373. 

Manticoceras regulare Fenton and Fenton, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., 
vol. 1 (1924) p. 196-197, pi. 39, figs. 1-3— Miller, Pan-Am. Geol., vol. 65 (1936) 
p. 336 T 337; Iowa Acad. Sci., Pr., vol. 43 (1938) p. 231, 234, pi. 1, figs. 1-4, 11?, 12?; 
Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 28 (1936); 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 97-99, pi. 21, fig. 1, pi. 22, figs. 1-6. 

Lime Creek: Iowa. 

Manticoceras rhynchostoma Clarke 

Manticoceras rhynchostoma Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 65- 
69, 81, text figs. 30-43, 63, 64, pi. 4, figs. 6-13, pi. 5, fig. 1 [also issued as N. Y. State 
Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 609-610; Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 356, 357, 361, 365, 366, 367, 
378, 379; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 356, 357, 361, 365, 
366, 367, 378, 379— Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, 
vol. 2 (1910) p. 136, text figs. 1390b, 1390d — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, 
pars 1 (1913) p. 24— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 27, 28, 29— Miller, 
Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 29 (1936); 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 99-102, text fig. 18, pi. 14, fig. 19, pi. 25, figs. 
1-8, pi. 26, figs. 1, 2. 

Goniatites {Manticoceras) rhynchostoma, Grabatj, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., 
vol. 6 (1899) p. 301, text fig. 237, 238. 

Goniatites rhynchostoma Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) 
p. 91. 

Gephyroceras rhynchostoma Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 322, 325. 

Chemung and Canadaway: western New York. 

Manticoceras septentrionale Miller 

Manticoceras septentrionale Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 102- 
I 104, text fig. 19, pi. 23, figs. 1, 2. 

Carcajou Mountain: Mackenzie River Valley, Canada. 

1 Manticoceras simulator (Hall) 

Goniatites simulator Hall, Descriptions of new species of Goniatidae, with a list 
' of previously described species (1874) p. 2-3; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 27 (1875) 
! p. 133-134; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) 
I pi. 69, figs. 1, 2, pi. 74, fig. 8; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 453-455, pi. 69, figs. 
1 1, 2, pi. 74, fig. 8. 



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Manticoceras simulator Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 318 — 
Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 
49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 64-65, 81, text figs. 
29, 63, 64, pi. 1, fig. 14 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and 
Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 610-611; Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., 
Mem. 6 (1904) p. 361, 368; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) 
p. 361, 368 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24 — Chad- 
wick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., vol. 46 (1935) 
p. 312-317 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Am- 
monoidea 30 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 104-105, text fig. 11B, 
pi. 24, figs. 8-10. 

Manticoceras intumescens [part] Schindewolf, Pal. Zentralblatt, Bd. 6 (1935) 
p. 281. 

Naples : Ithaca, N. Y. ; and possibly the Genesee of New York. 

Manticoceras siimosum (Hall) 

Goniatites sinuosus Hall, Geol. N. Y., pt. IV, comprising the survey of the fourth 
geological district (1843) p. 244, 246, text figs. 106 (6), 107 (9) [part]— Lincklaen, 
N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 14, appd. B (1861) pi. 16, fig. 10— Hall, 
N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 72, 
fig. 11; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 460-463, pi. 70, figs. 13-15, pi. 72, fig. 11, 
pi. 74, fig. 11— Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 49— Hall, N. Y. State 
Geol., Ann. Rept. 5 (1886) pi. 128 (13), figs. 1, 2— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, 
suppl. (1888) p. 40, pi. 128, figs. 1, 2 — Miller, North American geology and palae- 
ontology for the use of amateurs, students and scientists (1889) p. 440 — Lesley, 
Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4, vol. 1 (1889) p. 257, text figs. — Clarke, Neues Jahrb. 
f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Jahrg. 1891, Bd. 1 (1891) p. 166; Am. Geol., vol. 8 (1891) 
p. 94— Whitfield and Hovey, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 330-331. 

(?) Goniatites interruptusf Rogers, Geol. Pa., vol. 2, pt. 2 (1858) p. 829, text fig. 
676— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4, vol. 1 (1889) p. 256, text fig. [Not Goni- 
atites interruptus de Koninck, 1843.] 

Goniatites patersoni [" patter soni"] Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 
13 (1860) p. 99, text figs. 9, 10; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) 
p. 196; N. Y. State Mus. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 27 (1875) p. 136; N. Y. Geol. Survey, 
Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 72, figs. 1-5, pi. 74, fig. 15; 
Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 464-467, pi. 72, figs. 1-5, pi. 74, fig. 15— Clarke, 
U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 21, 48-49— Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Ann. 
Rept. 5 (1886) pi. 127 (12), figs. 8, 9— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) 
p. 40, pi. 127, figs. 8, 9 — Miller, North American geology and palaeontology for the 
use of amateurs, students, and scientists (1889) p. 440 — Whitfield and Hovey, 
Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 330-331. 

Goniatites (Clymenia?) Nundaia Hall, Descriptions of new species of Goniatidae, 
with a list of previously described species (1874) p. 3; N. Y. State Mus. Nat. Hist., 
Ann. Rept. 27 (1875) p. 134-135; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fos- 
sils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 70, figs. 13-15. 

Gephuroceras sinuosum Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 317. 

Manticoceras patersoni [" patter soni"] Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 
(1883) p. 318-Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53, 58, 75, 76, 77, 

78, 79, 80, 81; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53, 58, 75, 76, 77, 78, 

79, 80, 81; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1889) p. 42, 45-62, 80, 101, text figs. 1-28, 
63, 64, pi. 1, figs. 1-12, pi. 2, figs. 1-4, 6, pi. 4, figs. 14-18 [also issued as N. Y. State 
Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 605-609 -Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61, 62— Clarke, 
N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 360, 365, 367, 378, 379; N. Y. State Mus., 
Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 360, 365, 367, 378, 379— Williams, U. S. 
Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 169 (1909) p. 6, 8— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 128 (1909) p. 27, 31; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 137 (1910) p. 28, 30; N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 21— Prosser, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devo- 
nian (1913) p. 432, 444, 509— Clarke and Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and 
Upper Devonian (1913) p. 693-695, pi. 72, figs. 1-3— Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, 
Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 23-24— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 23, 
25, 27, 28— Schmidt, Pal. Zeitschr., Bd. 7 (1926) p. 201— Foerste, Denison Univ. 
Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 104-106, pi. 21, figs. 2A-2E. 

Goniatites intumescens Clarke, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Jahrg. 1891, 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 77 

3d. 1 (1891) p. 166; Am. Geol., vol. 8 (1891) p. 93-94; Am. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. 43 
1 1893) p. 57; Am. Geol., vol. 12 (1893) p. 113— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., 
Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91. 

Goniatites sp. Whiteaves, Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 3, 
10. 5 (1891) p. 245, pi. 31, fig. 5. 

Goniatites (Manticoceras) intumescens Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., 
ro\. 6 (1899) p. 299, text fig. 235. 

Manticoceras intumescens Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 138— 
.39 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]; N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) 
3. 356; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 356— Grabau and 
Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 136, text figs. 
1389a, 1389b, 1390a— Schindewolf, Pal. Zentralblatt, Bd. 6 (1935) p. 281 [part]. 

Gephyroceras pattersoni Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; 
|eol. Soc. Am., vol. 46 (1935) p. 312, 318, 322, 325. 

Manticoceras sinuosum Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America 
{Devonian) Ammonoidea 31 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 106-117, 
text figs, lie, 20-22, pi. 18, fig. 4, pi. 19, figs. 1-9, pi. 20, figs. 6-10, pi. 22, figs. 10-13, 
Ipl. 27, figs. 6, 7, pi. 33, fig. 2. 

Genesee, Naples, Chemung, and Canadaway: western New York; and possibly the Jennings of Virginia, 
the Abitibi River limestone south of James Bay, and the Hay River limestone on Hay River about 
40 miles from Great Slave Lake in northwestern Canada. 

Manticoceras sororium Clarke 

Manticoceras sororium Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 75-76, 
82, text figs. 56-59, 63, 64, pi. 4, figs. 1-5 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 
50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 611— Clarke, 
IN. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 357, 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, 
appd. 8 (1905) p. 357, 361 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inver- 
tebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 137, text fig. 1390c — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Ani- 
malia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 27— Miller, 
Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 32 (1936); 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 117-119, text fig. 23, pi. 24, figs. 1-5. 

Goniatites (Manticoceras) sororium Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 
(1899) p. 301-302, text figs. 239, 240. 

Goniatites sororium Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91. 

Gephyroceras sororium Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350 — 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 320. 

Angola and Wiscoy members of Chemung: western New York; and possibly the Cashaqua shale member 
of the Naples in the same general area. 

Manticoceras styliophilum Clarke 

Manticoceras patersoni ["pattersoni"] styliophilum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., 
Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53 [nomen nudum]; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 
(1898) p. 53 [nomen nudum]; Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 47- 
48, 75, 82, text figs. 2, 55, 63, 64, pi. 6, fig. 30 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. 
Rept. 50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 609— 
Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 59— Clarke, N. Y. State 
Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 359, 360; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 
(1905) p. 359-360— Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24— 
Schmidt, Pal. Zeitschr. Bd. 7 (1926) p. 201. 

Gephyroceras pattersoni styliophilum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 
(1934) p. 350; Geol. Soc. Am., vol. 46 (1935) p. 311. 

Manticoceras styliophylum Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America 
(Devonian), Ammonoidea 33 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 119-121, 
text fig. 24, pi. 20, fig. 5. 

Genesee and Naples: central New York. 

Manticoceras tardum Clarke 

Manticoceras tardum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53 [nomen 
nudum]; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53 [nomen nudum]; N. Y. 



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State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 63-64, 81, text figs. 63, 64, pi. 1, fig. 13, pi. 6, fig. 31 
[also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 611— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
63 (1904) p. 61— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 361; N. Y. State 
Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361— Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, 
I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America 
(Devonian), Ammonoidea 34 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 121-123, 
pi. 24, figs. 6, 7. 

Gephyroceras tardum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; Geol. 
Soc. Am., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Cashaqua shale member of Naples: Briggs Gully, N. Y. 

Manticoceras unduloconstrictum Miller 

Manticoceras unduloconstrictum Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 123-124, pi. 22, figs. 7-9. 

Lower part of New Albany shale: near Delphi, Ind. 

Manticoceras vagans Clarke 

Manticoceras vagans Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 78-79, 
82, text figs. 62, 63, 64, pi. 6, figs. 11, 12 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 
50]— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 611— Clarke 
and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., 
Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 
358, 361 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 24 — Miller, 
Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 35 (1936); 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 124-125, pi. 15, figs. 11-14. 

Gephyroceras vagans Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; Geol. 
Soc. Am., vol. 46 (1935) p. 320. 

Grimes sandstone member of Chemung: Naples, N. Y.; and/or possibly the Cashaqua shale member 
of the Naples of New York. 

METAPHRAGMOCERAS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Phragmoceras verneuili Barrande 

Metaphragmoceras Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 64-65. 

Metaphragmoceras dubium Flower 

Metaphragmoceras dubium Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 67, text figs. 7, 8, pi. 4, fig. 21. 

Onondaga: Leroy, N. Y. 

Metaphragmoceras triangulatum Flower 

Metaphragmoceras triangulatum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, 
no. 9 (1938) p. 65, text figs. 9, 10, pi. 4, fig. 11. 

Onondaga: Leroy, N. Y. 

MICHELINOCERAS Foerste (Orthocerotidae) 

Genotype: Orthoceras michelini Barrande 

Michelinoceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 27 (1932) 
p. 72 — Teichert and Miller, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 31 (1936) p. 360 — Flower, 
Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 18. 

Michelinoceras? accelerans (Raymond) 

Orthoceras cf. 0. gregarium Raymond [Holzapfel], Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 23 
(1907) p. 117, 120. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 79 

Geisonoceras accelerans Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 149-150, 
pi. 6, figs. 8, 9— Haynes, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 10 (1916) p. 26. 

Three Forks: Three Forks, Montana. 

Michelinoceras? aciculoides (Clarke) 

Orthoceras aciculoides Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 51, pi. 2, fig. 
11— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 540, text fig. 

Naples: Cashaqua Creek, Ontario Co., N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? algomense (Parks) 

Orthoceras algomense Parks, Ontario Bur. Mines, Rept. for 1904, pt. 1 (1904) 
p. 189, pi. 6, figs. 1, 3. 

Devonian: Kwataboahegan River, Ontario. 

Michelinoceras? anax (Billings) 

Orthoceras anax Billings, Can. Nat., n. ser., vol. 7 (1874) p. 238 — Whiteaves, 
Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 5 (1898) p. 403-404, 417— Staufper, 
Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 238, 248. 

Hamilton: Ontario. 

Michelinoceras? aff. M.? angulh'erum (d'Archiac and de Verneuil) 

Orthoceras aff. O. anguliferum Kindle, Jour. Geol., vol. 15 (1907) p. 326. 

Middle? Devonian: Long Island, Kasaan Bay, Alaska. 

Michelinoceras? anguliferum alpenense (Foerste) 

Orthoceras anguliferum alpenense Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Pal., Contr., 
vol. 3, no. 6 (1930) p. 136-138, pi. 1, fig. 2, pi. 4, figs. 1, 2. 

Alpena: Alpena, Mich. 

Michelinoceras? arkonense (Whiteaves) 

Orthoceras arkonense Whiteaves, Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, 
pt. 5 (1898) p. 406-407, 417, pi. 48, figs. 13, 14, 14a— Stauffer, Ohio Nat., vol. 8, 
no. 5 (1908) p. 276; Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 149, 182; Can. Geol. 
Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 172. 

Widder: Ontario; and possibly the Middle Devonian of Ohio. 

Michelinoceras? cingulum (Hall) 

Orthoceras cingulum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 240-241, text figs. 
1, 2, pi. 76, figs. 2, 3— Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 1 (1888) 
p. 85— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 621— Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? clarkei (Cleland) 

Orthoceras clarkei Cleland, Wis. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Survey, Bull. 21 (1911) 
p. 19, 134, pi. 42, figs. 2, 2A. 

Milwaukee: Milwaukee, Wis. 



80 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Michelinoceras? collatum (Hall) 

Orthoceras collatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 252-253, pi. 80, figs. 
1, 3, 4— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 621— Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? dagon (Hall) 

Orthoceras dagon Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (129) 14, fig. 1— 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 28, pi. 129, fig. 1— Stauffer, 
Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 168— Grabau [Stauffer] Mich. Geol. 
and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376. 

Columbus: central Ohio. 

Michelinoceras? demus (Hall) 

Orthoceras demus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 311, pi. 90, figs. 1, 4, 5— 
Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 547, text figs. — Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 623-624— Clarke and Swartz, Md. Geol. 
Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 443, 459, 496, 500, 691, pi. 71, figs. 14, 
15— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 317, 325. 

Naples and Canadaway: New York; and possibly the basal Conewango of New York and the Upper 
Devonian of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia. 

Michelinoceras? directum (Hall) 

Orthoceras directum Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (117) 1, figs. 6, 7 — 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1888) p. 27, pi. 117, figs. 6, 7. 

Delaware?: Delaware, Ohio. 

Michelinoceras? duramen (Hall) 

Orthoceras duramen Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (117) 1, fig. 1 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 25-26, pi. 117, fig. 1— Clarke and 
Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 624— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? emaceratum (Hall) 

Orthoceras emaceratum Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) 
p. 170, pi. 8, fig. 7; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda 
(1876) pi. 39, fig. 4; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 292, pi. 39, fig. 4, pi. 85, fig. 16— 
Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 549, text fig. — Grabau, Buffalo Soc. 
Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 290, text fig. 225A— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 624— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 
(1904) p. 54 — Prosser and Kindle, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian 

(1913) p. 67, 108, 313, pi. 40, fig. 7— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 

(1914) p. 91. 

Hamilton: New York; and possibly the Romney of Maryland and West Virginia. 

Michelinoceras? eriense (Hall) 

Orthoceras robustum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 40, figs. 1-4. [Not Orthoceras robustum Winchell, 1862.] 

Orthoceras eriense Hall, in Miller, The American Palaeozoic fossils, A catalogue 
of the genera and species . . . , ed. 2 (1877) p. 174— Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 
(1879) p. 225, 274-275, pi. 40, figs. 1-4, pi. 87, figs. 1, 2— Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. 
Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 286-287, text fig. 220— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 81 

State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 624-625— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 63 (1904) p. 45— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 123, 
149, 168, 182 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, 
vol. 2 (1910) p. 52, text figs. 1253— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. ScL, Bull., vol. 11 
(1914) p. 91— Stauffer, Canada Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 226, 236. 

Hamilton and Marcellus: New York; and possibly the Middle Devonian of Ontario and Ohio. 

Michelinoceras? exile (Hall) 

Orthoceras exile Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper Hel- 
derberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 50 — N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., 
Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 78, pi. 8, fig. 5 — Nicholson, Report upon the palaeontology 
of the Province of Ontario, Toronto (1875) p. 83— Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illus- 
trations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 39, fig. 3; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2 (1879) p. 290-291, pi. 39, fig. 3, pi. 84, fig. 3, pi. 85, figs. 1, 2, 14, 15— Lesley, 
Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 549, text figs. — Keyes, Johns Hopkins Univ. 
Circ, vol. 11 (1891) p. 29 — Whiteaves, Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, 
pt. 5 (1898) p. 406, 417— Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 288- 
289, text fig. 222— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 625— 
Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 48, 51, 54— Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 128 (1909) p. 19, 21 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index 
I fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 52, text fig. 1252a — Luther, N. Y. State Mus., 
I Bull. 152 (1911) p. 13 — Prosser and Kindle, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper 
! Devonian (1913) p. 69, 108, 310-311, pi. 39, figs. 9-11— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., 
1 Bull. 172 (1914) p. 13— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11, no. 1 (1914) 
p. 91— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 168, 172, 236— Cooper and 
Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 813, 859. 

Marcellus, Hamilton, and Tully: New York; and possibly the Romney of Maryland and the Widder of 
Ontario. 

Michelinoceras? extremum (Parks) 

Orthoceras extremum Parks, Ontario Bur. Mines, Rept. for 1904, pt. 1 (1904) 
p. 189, pi. 6, fig. 7. 

Devonian: Kwataboahegan River, Ontario. 

Michelinoceras? fulgidum (Hall) 

Orthoceras fulgidum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 310-311, pi. 90, figs. 
2, 3— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 626— Chadwick, 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Naples: Ithaca, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? gracilium (Winchell) 

Orthoceras gracilius Winchell, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr. (1862) p. 429. 

Upper? Devonian: Union, Mich. 

Michelinoceras? griffithi (Haughton) 

Orthoceras griffithi Haughton, Royal Dublin Soc, Jour., vol. 1 (1858) p. 239, pi. 5, 
fig. 1 [part]— Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 1 (1888) p. 41 [part] — 
Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 2 (1915) p. 906 [part]— Foerste, Denison 
Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1908) p. 20-23, pi. 14, fig. 4, pi. 22, figs. 5A, 5B; 
Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 24 (1929) p. 68. 

Lower Devonian?: Griffith Island, Arctic America. 

Michelinoceras? helderbergiae (Hall) 

Orthoceras helderbergiae Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 345, pi. 72, fig. 2— 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 626— Shimer, N. Y. 



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82 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 1, pt. 1 (1905) p. 259— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 92 (1906) p. 320-323. 

New Scotland and Coeymans: New York. 

Michelinoceras? kingii (Meek) 

Orthoceras kingii Meek, U. S. Geol. Exploration Fortieth Parallel (King), vol. 4, 
pt. 1 (1877) p. 47-48, pi. 2, fig. 8. 

Nevada: White Pine district, Nevada. 

Michelinoceras? lambtonense (Whiteaves) 

Orthoceras lambtonense Whiteaves, Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, 
pt. 5 (1898) p. 404-405, 417, pi. 49, figs. 1, la— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 
(1915) p. 161, 168, 176, 179, 226, 236. 

Widder: Ontario. 

Michelinoceras? masculum (Hall) 

Orthoceras masculum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 238, pi. 78B, fig. 1— 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 631— Grabau, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? medium (Hall) 

Orthoceras medium Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 254-255, pi. 79, figs. 
11, 12— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 631— Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? mephisto (Clarke) 

Orthoceras mephisto Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 29-30, pi. 3, 
fig. 2— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 552, text fig. 

Orthoceras scintilla mephisto Loomis, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 69 (1903) p. 915, 
919, pi. 4, fig. 14— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 57— 
Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 313. 

Tully and Genesee: New York. 

Michelinoceras? molestum (Hall) 

Orthoceras molestum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) p. 35, fig. 6 [not 8; not pi. 37, fig. 1]; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) 
p. 265-266, pi. 35, fig. 13— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) 
p. 168 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 
(1910) p. 51 — Grabau [Stauffer] Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 
(1913) p. 376. 

Onondaga: Erie Co., N. Y.; and possibly the Columbus of central Ohio. 

Michelinoceras? montanense (Raymond) 

Orthoceras sp. Raymond [Holzapfel], Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 23 (1907) 
p. 117, 120. 

Orthoceras montanense Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 148-149, 
pi. 6, figs. 4-6— Haynes, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 10 (1916) p. 26. 

Three Forks: Three Forks, Montana. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 83 

Michelinoceras? normale (Raymond) 

Orthoceras sp. Raymond [Holzapfel], Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 23 (1907) 
p. 117, 120. 

Geisonoceras normale Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 149, pi. 6, 
fig. 7— Haynes, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 10 (1916) p. 26. 

Three Forks: Three Forks, Montana. 

Michelinoceras? novgoracense Flower 

Orthoceras constrictum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 288-289, pi. 84, figs. 
13, 14, 16, pi. 85, figs. 5, 10, 11, 13— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
65 (1903) p. 621 [part] — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 51-52, text fig. 1251. [Not Orthoceras constrictum Conrad, 
1838; and not O. constrictum Vanuxem, 1842.] 

Michelinoceras novboracense Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 22-23. 

Hamilton: New York. 

"Michelinoceras? ohioense (Hall) 

Orthoceras pelops ohioense Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 36, fig. 1. 

Orthoceras ohioense Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 236-237, pi. 35A, figs. 

8, 9, pi. 36, fig. 4; N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 242— Lesley, Pa. Geol. 

Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 554 — Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 

(1909) p. 34, 36, 61, 65, 69, 72, 169, 182, 195— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, 

g geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 371. 

Columbus and Delaware: Ohio; and possibly the Middle Devonian of Monroe Co., Pa. 

v Michelinoceras? ontarioense (Foerste) 

Orthoceras ontarioense Foerste, Ontario Dept. Mines, Ann. Rept. 37, pt. 6, appd. 
(1929) p. 70-71, pi. 1, figs. 1A-1C. 

Abitibi River: West branch French River, Ontario. 

Michelinoceras? pacator (Hall) 

Orthoceras pacator Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 307-308, pi. 89, figs. 
1-6— Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 21, 51— Kindle, Bull. Am. Pal., 
vol. 2, no. 6 (1896) p. 17— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 
(1903) p. 634— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61, 62— 
Kindle, Jour. Geol., vol. 14 (1906) p. 189 — Williams, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. 
Atlas of U. S., folio 169 (1909) p. 8— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
172 (1914) p. 25, 28— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 316-317, 
321. 

Naples and Chemung: New York. 

1 Michelinoceras? parallelum (Meek) 

Orthoceras parallelum Meek, U. S. Geol. Exploration Fortieth Parallel (King), 
I vol. 4, pt. 1 (1877) p. 48, pi. 2, fig. 9. 

Nevada: Babylon Hills, White Pine mining district, Nevada. 

Michelinoceras? parliense (Williams and Berger) 

Orthoceras parliense Williams and Berger, U. S. Geol. Survey, Prof. Pap. 89 
(1916) p. 283, pi. 13, figs. 21?, 25. 

Moose River: Somerset Co., Maine. 



84 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Michelinoceras? pauciseptum (Hall) 

Orthoceras pauciseptum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol., vol. 3 (1859) p. 346, pi. 72, figs. 
5a, 5b — Schuchert, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 287 — Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 635— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
92 (1906) p. 320, 323— Reeside, U. S. Geol. Survey, Prof. Pap. 108 (1917) p. 203, 213. 

New Scotland and Coeymans: Schoharie, N. Y. ; and possibly the Keyser of Pennsylvania and the Lower? 
Devonian of Oklahoma. 

Michelinoceras? pelops (Hall) 

Orthoceras pelops Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 45; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 73; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 35, fig. 2 [not 1-3], pi. 37, figs. 8, 9; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2 (1879) p. 233-235, pi. 35, figs. 1-3, pi. 35A, figs. 1-6, pi. 37, figs. 3, 4, pi. 78B, 
fig. 2— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 555, text fig.— Grabau, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 187, 326, text fig. 108— Grabau and Shimer, North 
American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 51, text fig. 1249 — Stauffer, 
Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 151, 248. 

Orthoceras (Geisonoceras) pelops Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 635-636. 

Schoharie: New York; and possibly the Onondaga of Ontario and the Middle Devonian of New Jersey. 

Michelinoceras? pervicax (Hall) 

Orthoceras pervicax Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 257-258, pi. 79, figs. 
9, 10 — Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 636 — Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? pravum (Hall) 

Orthoceras tetricum [part] Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the 
Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 45; N. Y. State Cab. 
Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 73; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 36, fig. 2. 

Orthoceras pravum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 255-257, pi. 35, fig. 14, 
pi. 36, fig. 1, pi. 81, figs. 1-8, pi. 112, figs. 15-17 — Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 636-637— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) 
p. 187, 327, text fig. 111. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? princiana (Williams and Berger) 

Orthoceras princiana Williams and Berger, U. S. Geol. Survey, Prof. Paper 89 
(1916) p. 282-283, pi. 13, fig. 17. 

Moose River: Detroit, Maine. 

Michelinoceras? procerum (Hall) 

Orthoceras procrus Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 35, fig. 4. [Apparently a misprint and was intended to read 
Orthoceras procerus.] 

Orthoceras procerum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 249-250, pi. 35, figs. 
15, 16, pi. 78A, figs. 1-8, pi. 79, figs. 5-8 — Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 637-638— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327— Grabau 
and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 51. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? pustulosum (Winchell) 

Orthoceras pustulosum Winchell, The Grand Traverse region . . . (1866) p. 86, 97. 

Traverse: Benzie or Leelanaw Co., Mich. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 85 

Michelinoceras? rigidum (Hall) 

Orthoceras rigidum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 344, pi. 70, figs. 3a-3d— 
Schuchert, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 287— Maynard, Md. Geol. Survey, 
I Lower Devonian (1913) p. 130, 149, 488, pi. 88, fig. 5. 

Coeymans: Herkimer Co., N. Y.; and possibly the Keyser of Maryland and the Lower Devonian of 
Maine and New Brunswick. 

Michelinoceras? rude (Hall) 

Orthoceras rudis Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 346, pi. 72, figs. 4a, 4b — Clarke 
and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 638— Grabau, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 320-323— Schuchert, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) 
I p. 287. 

Coeymans and New Scotland: Schoharie, N. Y.; and possibly the Lower Devonian of Oklahoma. 

Michelinoceras? sceptrum (Hall) 

Orthoceras sceptrum Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (117) 1, fig. 2 — 
i Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 26-27, pi. 117, fig. 2— Clarke and 
I Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 639— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42. 

Onondaga: New York. 

I Michelinoceras? scheii (Foerste) 

Endoceras schei Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1925) 
I p. 15 [nomen nudum]. 

Orthoceras? scheii Foerste, Rept. Sci. Results of the Norwegian Expedition to 
Novaya Zemlya 1921, no. 31, Det Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1925) p. 3, 10 [nomen 
I nudum]; Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition in the "Fram" 1898-1902, no. 
39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) p. 6-8, text fig. 1, pi. 1, fig. 1. 

Middle Devonian: Gaase-fjorden (Goose-fjord), southwestern Ellesmere Island. 

Michelinoceras? scintilla (Hall) 

Orthoceras scintilla Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 293-294, pi. 84, figs. 
19-21, pi. 113, figs. 6-12— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 639-640. 

Hamilton: Pratt's Falls, Onondaga Co., N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? sirpus (Hall) 

Orthoceras sirpus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 269, pi. 112, figs. 3, 4— 
Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 36, 69, 169— Grabau [Stauf- 
fer], Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376. 

Columbus: central Ohio. 

Michelinoceras? spissum (Hall) 

Orthoceras spissum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 287-288, pi. 85, figs. 
6-9— Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 859. 

Hamilton and Tully: New York. 

I Michelinoceras? stylus (Hall) 

Orthoceras baculum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 

i Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 46; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 

! Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 73, 74, pi. 8, fig. 6; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations 
of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 36, figs. 3, 4 [not pi. 37, fig. 2]— Lesley, 
Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 543, text fig. [Not Orthoceras baculum Meek, 
1860.1 



SQ INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Orthoceras stylus Hall, in Miller, The American Palaeozoic fossils, A catalogue 
of the genera and species . . . , ed. 2 (1877) p. 245— Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 
(1879) p. 253-254, pi. 36, figs. 2, 3, pi. 79, figs. 1-3— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 640-641— Grabau N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) 
p. 187, 327, text fig. 110. 

Orthoceras (Protobactrites) stylus Grabau and Shimer, North American index 
fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 51, text fig. 1250. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras sublaeve d'Orbigny 

Orthoceras laeve Hall, Geol. N. Y., pt. 4, Survey fourth geol. district (1843) p. 138, 
text fig. 54 (2). [Not Orthoceras laeve Fleming, 1825.] 

Orthoceras sublaeve d'ORBiGNY, Prodrome de Paleontologie stratigraphique uni- 
verselle, tome 1 (1850) p. 28— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept P4 (1889) p. 559, 
text fig. 

Onondaga: Newark, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? subulatum (Hall) 

Slender orthocera Vanuxem, Geol. N. Y., pt. 3, Survey third geol. district (1842) 
p. 148. [Not a Linnean name.] 

Orthoceras subulatum Hall, Geol. N. Y., pt. 4, Survey fourth geol. district (1843) 
p. 180, text fig. 71 (1)— Rogers, Geol. Pa. ... , vol. 2 (1858) p. 826, text fig. 654— 
Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, 
and Chemung groups (1861) p. 49 — Lincklaen, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. 
Rept. 14, appd. B (1861) pi. 12, fig. 1— Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 
15 (1862) p. 77; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda 
(1876) pi. 38, fig. 3 [not 1, 2]; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 283-284, pi. 38, fig. 3, 
pi. 84, figs. 1, 2, 4, 6-10, pi. 86, figs. 1, 2— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) 
p. 559-560, text figs. — Whiteaves, Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, 
pt. 5 (1898) p. 405, 417— Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull. (vol. 6) 1899, p. 288, 
text fig. 221— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 135— Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 641— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 44, 45— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 128 (1909) p. 15, 
16— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 207, 329— Luther, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 137 (1910) p. 18, 20; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 10, 12— Kindle, 
U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 508 (1912) p. 34, 106— Prosser and Kindle, Md. Geol. 
Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 69, 108, 308-309, pi. 39, figs. 1-4— 
Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 12— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. 
Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 161, 
172, 179, 226, 236— Prosser, Jour. Geol., vol. 23 (1915) p. 15— Branson and Wil- 
liams, Mo. Bur. Geol. and Mines, 2d ser., vol. 17 (1922) p. 157-158, pi. 37, fig. 10— 
Reger, West Va. Geol. Survey, Mineral and Grant counties (1924) p. 748 — Chad- 
wick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1925) p. 313 — Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. 
Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 800, 806, 859. 

Orthoceras (Geisonoceras) subulatum Grabau and Shimer, North American index 
fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 52-53, text fig. 1252b. 

Marcellus, Hamilton, Tully, and Genesee: New York; and possibly the Romney of Maryland, Pennsyl- 
vania, and West Virginia, the Onondaga of Pennsylvania, the Middle Devonian of Ontario, and the 
Grand Tower of southeastern Missouri. 

Michelinoceras? subulatum pygmaeum (Loomis) 

Orthoceras subulatum pygmaeum Loomis, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 69 (1903) p. 914, 
919, pi. 4, fig. 14— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 57— 
Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 21. 

Hamilton: New York. 

Michelinoceras? swarthi Flower 

Michelinoceras swarthi Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 18-20, 
pi. 1, figs. 1-3. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Union Springs and Stockbridge, N. Y. 






CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 87 

Michelinoceras? tantalus (Hall) 

Orthoceras tantalus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 241-243, pi. 35, figs. 
8-10, pi. 35A, figs. 7, 10— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 642— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327— Grabau and Shimer, 
North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 51. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? telamon (Hall) 

Orthoceras telamon Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 291-292, pi. 85, figs. 
3, 4, 12— Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 289, text fig. 223— 
Clarke and Rtjedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 642 — Prosser and 
Kindle, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 108, 311-312, pi. 
40, figs. 1-6— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11, no. 1 (1914) p. 91— 
Prosser, Jour. Geol., vol. 23 (1915) p. 25 — Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., 
Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 859. 

Hamilton and Tully: New York; and possibly the Romney of Maryland and West Virginia. 

Michelinoceras? tenere (Hall) 

Orthoceras tenere Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 285, pi. 113, fig. 15. 

Sellersburg?: Falls of the Ohio. 

Michelinoceras? tersum (Hall) 

Orthoceras tersum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 286-287, pi. 84, fig. 5. 

Hamilton: central New York. 

Michelinoceras? tetricum (Hall) 

Orthoceras tetricum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 45 [part]; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2 (1879)' p. 251-252, pi. 78B, fig. 4, pi. 80, figs. 2, 5, 6, 8, 9— Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 643— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? thyestes (Hall) 

Orthoceras thyestes Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 306, pi. 88, fig. 2— 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 645— Chadwick, 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 316, 321. 

Naples and Chemung: New York. 

Michelinoceras? uniconstrictnm (Miller) 

Orthoceras constrictum Vanuxem, Geol. N. Y., pt. 3, Survey third geol. district 
(1842) p. 153, text fig. 37 (1)— Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the 
Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 49— Lincklaen, N. Y. 
State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 14 (1861) pi. 14, fig. 10— Hall, N. Y. State Cab. 
Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 77— Williams, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 6 
(1887) p. 28— Keyes, Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ, vol. 11 (1891) p. 29— Grabau, 
Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 291, text fig. 225C— Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 621 [part]— Clarke and Mathews, Md. 
Geol. Survey, Spec. Pub. 6 (1906) pi. 17, fig. 14— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th 
ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 155, 182— Prosser and Kindle, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle 
and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 67, 69, 108, 309-310, pi. 39, figs. 5-8— Houghton, 
Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, 
Mem. 34 (1915) p. 119, 236, 240— Prosser, Jour. Geol., vol. 23 (1915) p. 15— Caster, 
Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 21, no. 71 (1934) p. 74— Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., 
Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 859. [Not Orthoceras constrictum Conrad, 1838.] 



88 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Orthoceras uniconstrictum Miller, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 24 (1932) p. 331. 
Michelinoceras uniconstrictum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) 
p. 20-21. 

Hamilton and Tully?: New York; and possibly the Hamilton of Ontario, the Romney of Maryland and 
West Virginia, and the Middle Devonian of northwestern Ohio. 

Michelinoceras? viator (Hall) 

Orthoceras baculum [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 37, fig. 2 [not pi. 36, figs. 3, 4]. 

Orthoceras viator Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 270, pi. 37, fig. 5. 

Onondaga: Clarence Hollow, Erie Co., N. Y. 

Michelinoceras? zeus (Hall) 

Orthoceras zeus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 235-236, pi. 75, figs. 1-3— 
Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 295, 326— Baker [Stauffer], Ontario 
Bur. Mines, Ann. Rept., vol. 20, pt. 1 (1911) p. 227— Goldring, N. Y. State Mus., 
Handb. 14 (1933) p. 87-88. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. ; and possibly the Onondaga of Mattagami River, 
Ontario. 

MICRONOCERAS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 
Genotype: Micronoceras delphicolum Flower 
Micronoceras Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 46-47. 

Micronoceras angulatum Flower 

Micronoceras angulatum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 49, pi. 2, fig. 16. 

Tichenor limestone member of Hamilton: near Darien, N. Y. 

Micronoceras apertum Flower 

Micronoceras apertum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 49-50, pi. 4, figs. 4, 5. 

Skaneateles member of Hamilton: near Skaneateles Lake, N. Y. 

Micronoceras? fax (Hall) 

Gomphoceras fax Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 321-322; N. Y. Assembly 
Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (122) 7, fig. 5— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) 
p. 32, 37, pi. 122, fig. 5— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Gomphoceras (Poterioceras) fax Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 591. 

Acleistocerasf fax Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 23. 

Micronoceras? fax Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 68-69. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Micronoceras gibbosum (Hall) 

Cyrtocerasf gibbosum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 47, figs. 3, 4. 

Gomphoceras oviforme [part] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 344-346, pi. 
46, figs. 6, 7 [not pi. 45, figs. 1-4, pi. 94, figs. 6, 7]. 

Ovocerasf gibbosum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 68-69, pi. 4, 
fig. 6, pi. 8, fig. 3. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 89 

Micronoceras gibbosum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 48-49, 73, pi. 1, figs. 13, 14. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Onondaga Co., N. Y. 

Micronoceras? poculm (Hall) 

Gomphoceras poculum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 340-341, pi. 93, 
figs. 7, 8— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 593. 

Acleistoceras poculum Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 190. 

Micronoceras^ poculum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 73. 

Hamilton: Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Micronoceras raphanus (Hall) 

Gomphoceras raphanus [part] Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 347-348, pi. 94, 
figs. 2-4 [not 5, 10]— Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 25 (1901) 
p. 741— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 236. 

Gomphoceras (Poterioceras) raphanus [part] Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 593-594. 

Poterioceras raphanus Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, In- 
vertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 130— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) 
p. 142. 

Acleistoceras raphanus Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 197-198. 

Micronoceras raphanus Flower, Palaeontographica americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 47-48, 73, pi. 4, fig. 3. 

Hamilton: central New York and possibly southern Ohio; and possibly the Sellersburg of Indiana. 

MITROCERAS Hyatt (Hercoceratidae) 
Genotype: Trochoceras gebhardii Hall 

Mitroceras Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 503 — Grabau and Shimer, 
North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 74 — Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 265 (1925) p. 61-63. 

Trochoceras Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 2 (1852) p. 335; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., 
Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 64; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 390-391 [part]— Miller, 
North American geology and palaeontology for the use of amateurs, students, and 
scientists (1889) p. 455— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 45 (1901) p. 217; Buffalo 
Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 7 (1901) p. 217. [Not Trochoceras Barrande, 1847.] 

Mitroceras? anderdonense (Grabau) 

Trochoceras anderdonense Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 1, 
Pub. 2 (1910) p. 200, 213, pi. 28, fig. 9, pi. 29, figs. 5, 6— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, 
Mem. 34 (1915) p. 275, 278, 280; Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 27 (1916) p. 75. 

Tachoceras anderdonensis Grabau and Sherzer, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, 
geol. ser. 1, Pub. 2 (1910) p. 49. [The generic name "Tachoceras" is obviously a 
misprint and was intended to read Trochoceras.] 

Detroit River?: Ontario. 

Mitroceras gebhardii (Hall) 

Trochoceras gebhardii Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 2 (1852) p. 335, pi. 77, fig. 2, pi. 77A, 
figs. la-Id— Grabau, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 371, pi. 21, figs. 3a, 3b; 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 45 (1901) p. 217, text fig. 149— Clarke and Ruedemann, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 656— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) 
p. 110, 111, text fig. 16; Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 1, Pub. 2 (1910) p. 
199, pi. 31, figs. 3a, 3b— Stauffer, Canada Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 275. 

Mitroceras gebhardi Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 503— Grabau 



90 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 75, text 
figs. 1289, 1290— Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 265 (1925) p. 63-65, text figs. 
38, 39, pi. 19, fig. 2. 

Upper Silurian: New York; and possibly the Lower Devonian? (Detroit River) at Beach ville, Ontario. 

Monocyrtoceras? arcticum (Foord) = Omeyoceras arcticum 

NAEDYCERAS Hyatt (Hercoceratidae) 

Genotype: Trochoceras eugenium Hall 

Naedyceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 281— Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 374 — Grabau and Shimer, 
North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 113-114 — Flower, 
Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 23, 69. 

Naedyceras? barrandei (Hall) 

Trochoceras barrandei Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 398-399, pi. Ill, 
figs. 8-10— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 653-654— 
Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Naedyceras cornutum (Owen) 

Gyroceras cornutum Owen, U. S., 28th Cong., 1st sess., Senate Ex. Doc. 407, 
serial set no. 437 (1844) p. 69, pi. 12, fig. 8. 

Owen, U. S., 26th Cong., 1st sess., House Ex. Doc. 239, 

serial set no. 467 (1845) [not serial set no. 368, 1840], pi. 12 [opposite p. 80], fig. 8. 
[Illustration only, that is, no name accompanies the figure.] 

Cedar Valley?: east-central Iowa or adjacent part of Illinois. 

Naedyceras? expansum (Hall) 

Trochoceras obliquatus Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fos- 
sils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 48, fig. 6 [not 5]. 

Trochoceras expansum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 402-403, pi. 58, 
fig. 6, pi. Ill, fig. 5— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 655— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Naedyceras eugenium (Hall) 

Trochoceras eugenium Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 14 (1861) 
p. 108; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) 
pi. 59, figs. 8, 9; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 396-397, pi. 58, figs. 3, 4, pi. 69, figs. 
10, 11— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 655— Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 190, 327, text fig. 116— Grabau and Shimer, 
North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 114. 

Trochoceras? sp. Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 48, figs. 3, 4. 

N aedyceras eugenium Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 281. 

Schoharie: New York. 

Naedyceras? obliquatum (Hall) 

Trochoceras obliquatum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 48, fig. 5 [not 6]; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 
401-402, pi. 58, fig. 5, pi. Ill, figs. 1, 2— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 656— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 91 

Naedyceras olenus (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras Orion Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 48, fig. 2. [Not Cyrtoceras orion Barrande, 1867.] 

Cyrtoceras olenus Hall in Miller, The American Palaeozoic fossils, A catalogue 
of the genera and species, . . . , ed. 2 (1877) p. 243. 

Trochoceras orion Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt 2 (1879) p. 397-398, pi. 58, fig. 2— 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 656— Grabatj, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Naedyceras opiinum (Keyes) 

Cyrtoceras opimum Keyes, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr. (1888) p. 247-248, 
pi. 12, fig. 5. 

Davenport?: Johnson Co., Iowa. 

Naedyceras? pandion (Hall) 

Trochoceras pandion Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils? 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 48, figs. 7-9; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 400, pi. 58, 
figs. 7-9, pi. Ill, fig. 3— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 656-657— Grab au, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

NASSAUOCERAS Miller (Tainoceratidae) 
Genotype: Nautilus subtuberculatus G. and F. Sandberger 

Cryptoceras d'ORBiGNY, Cours elementaire de paleontologie et de geologie strati- 
graphiques, tome 1 (1849) p. 268. [Not Cryptoceras Barrande, (1846) 1847.] 

Nassauoceras Miller, Univ. Iowa Studies in Nat. Hist., vol. 14, no. 4 (1932) 
p. 42. 

Nassauoceras seminodosum (Whitfield) 

Gyroceras seminodosum Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 211, 
243; N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 5 (1891) p. 533-534, pi. 8, fig. 5; Ohio Geol. Survey, 
Rept., vol. 7 (1893) p. 431, pi. 4, fig. 5— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull 
10 (1909) p. 168. 

Columbus: central Ohio. 

Nautilus acraeus Hall = Nephriticeras acraeum 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) acraeus Hall = Nephriticeras acraeum 

Nautilus (Discites) ammonis Hall = Centroceras ammonum 

Nautilus Barrandi Hall [not von Hauer] = Nephriticeras magister 

Nautilus foucinum Hall = Nephriticeras bucinum 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) bucinum Hall = Nephriticeras bucinum 

Nautilus cavus Hall = Nephriticeras cavum 

Nautilus cornulum Hall = Rhadinoceras cornulum 

Nautilus hyatti Hall = Nephriticerina hyatti 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) hyatti (Hall) = Nephriticerina hyatti 

Nautilus inopinatus Hall = Diadiploceras inopinatum 

Nautilus (Discites) inopinatus Hall = Diadiploceras inopinatum 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) juvenis Hall = Nephriticerina juvenis 

Nautilus? lawsii Swallow = Nephriticeras? lawsii 



92 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Nautilus liratus (Hall) = Lyrioceras liratum 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) liratus (Hall) = Lyrioceras liratum 

Nautilus liratus juvenis Hall = Nephriticerina juvenis 

Nautilus magister Hall = Nephriticeras magister 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) magister Hall = Nephriticeras magister 

Nautilus marcellensis (Vanuxem) = Centroceras marcellense 

Nautilus (Centroceras) marcellensis (Vanuxem) = Centroceras marcellense 

Nautilus (Discites) marcellensis (Vanuxem) = Centroceras marcellense 

Nautilus maximus (Conrad) = Nephriticeras maximum 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) maximus (Conrad) = Nephriticeras maximum 

Nautilus oriens Hall = Nephriticeras oriens 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) oriens Hall = Nephriticeras oriens 

Nautilus ornatus Hall = Centroceras marcellense 

Nautilus (Discites) ornatus Hall = Centroceras marcellense 

Nautilus quadratus Hall = Diadiploceras quadratus 

Nautilus subliratus (Hall) = Lyrioceras subliratum 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) subliratus (Hall) = Lyrioceras subliratum 

Nautilus or Gyroceras sp. Billings = Tetranodoceras submamillatum 

NEOCYCLOCERAS Flower and Caster (Orthocerotidae) 
Genotype: Neocycloceras obliquum Flower and Caster 
Neocycloceras Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 14-16. 

Neocycloceras? cadwaladeri Flower and Caster 

Neocycloceras? cadwaladeri Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 22-24, pi. 2, fig. 3. 

Conewango?: near Warren, Pa. 

Neocycloceras harrisi Flower and Caster 

Neocycloceras harrisi Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75, p. 19-21, 
pi. 2, figs. 4, 5, 7-9. 

Pope Hollow conglomerate member of Salamanca: Warren Co., Pa. 

Neocycloceras lilianae Flower and Caster 

Neocycloceras lilianae Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) 
p. 21-22, pi. 2, figs. 6, 10. 

Pope Hollow conglomerate member of Salamanca: Warren Co., Pa. 

Neocycloceras obliquum Flower and Caster 

Neocycloceras obliquum Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 16-18, pi. 1, figs. 1-10, pi. 2, fig. 1. 

Lewis Run sandstone member of Venango: Lewis Run, Pa. 

Neocycloceras obliquum geronticum Flower and Caster 

Neocycloceras obliquum geronticum Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, 
no. 75 (1935) p. 18-19, pi. 2, fig. 2. 




Lewis Run sandstone member of Venango: Lewis Run, Pa. 






CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 93 

NEOMANTICOCERAS Schindewolf (Beloceratidae) 
Genotype: Manticoceras paradoxum Matern 

Neomanticoceras Schindewolf, Deutsch. geol. Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 88 (1937) p. 
690— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 135. 

(?) Anabeloceras [nomen nudum] Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) 
p. 53; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53. 

Neomanticoceras naplesense (Clarke) 

(?) Anabeloceras pseustes [nomen nudum] Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 
15 (1897) p. 53; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53. 

Probelocerasf naplesense Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 105, 

text fig. 78, pi. 7, fig. 18 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke 

and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 649 — Clarke and Luther, 

fN. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) 

i p. 358, 361, 380; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361, 

380— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Timanites (Probeloceras) Naplesense Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, 
I pars 1 (1913) p. 26. 

Neomanticoceras naplesense Schindewolf, Deutsch. Geol. Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 88 
( (1936) p. 690— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Paper 14 (1938) p. 135-136, pi. 12, 
t fig. 11. 

Cashaqua shale member of Naples: Naples, N. Y. 

NEPHRITICERAS Hyatt (Rhadinoceratidae) 

Genotype: Nautilus bucinum Hall 

Nephriticeras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 300— Zittel, 
fHandb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 382— Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, 
IPr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 531-532; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 523— 
; Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) 
I p. 84-85— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 604— Foerste, 
I Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 191-192— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., 
i vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 51-52. 

N Nephriticeras acraeum (Hall) 

Nautilus acraeus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 417-418, pi. 109, figs. 
3-5— Talbot, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 16 (1903) p. 150. 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) acraeus Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
I Bull. 65 (1903) p. 612. 

Nephriticeras acraeum Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 192. 

Marcellus and Hamilton: New York. 

^Nephriticeras bucinum (Hall) 

Gyroceras expansum Saemann, Palaeontographica, Bd. 3 (1854) p. 167, pi. 21, 
I figs. 2a-2c— Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) p. 104; Pal. 
i N N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 412 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, 
"no. 9 (1938) p. 20. [Not Nautilus expansus Sowerby, 1825.] 

Nautilus bucinum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
(Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 60, figs. 1-4; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 412-414, pi. 
<>60, figs. 1-4, pi. 106, figs. 4-7, pi. 107, figs. 2-5, pi. 109, figs. 1, 2— Lesley, Pa. Geol. 
^ Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 442-443, text figs. — Udden, Iowa Geol. Survey, vol. 9 
( (1899) p. 283— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 331. 

Nephriticeras bucinium Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 300; 
& Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 533-534— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 
( (1901) p. 125— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 45— Grabau 
a and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 85, text 
f fig. 1303— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 119, 168, 236, 240— 
I Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 191-192— Willard, Pa. 
( Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. G4 (1932) p. 40; Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 24 (1932) 



94 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

p. 148— Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 859 — Flower 
Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 52-54, pi. 9, figs. 1, 2. 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) bucinum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 612-613. 

Marcellus and Hamilton: New York and Pennsylvania; and possibly the Hamilton of Maryland and 
Ontario and the Cedar Valley of Iowa. 

Nephriticeras cavum (Hall) 

Nautilus cavus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 416-417, pi. 106, figs. 1-3. 
Nephriticeras cavum Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 534 — Foerste, 
Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 192. 

Hamilton: Cumberland, Md. 

Nephriticeras (Nautilus) cornulum (Hall) = Rhadinoceras cornulum 
Nephriticeras expansum (Kindle) 

Cyrtoceras expansum Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 25 
(1900) p. 743, pi. 26, fig. 1. 

Jeffersonville: Bunker Hill, Ind. 

Nephriticeras hindshawi Ehlers and Hussey = Lyrioceras hiitdshawi 
Nephriticeras inelegans (Meek) = Gigantoceras inelegans 
Nephriticeras juvenis (Hall) = Nephriticerina juvenis 
Nephriticeras? lawsii (Swallow) 

Nautilus? lawsii Swallow, St. Louis Acad. Sci., Tr., vol. 1 (1860) p. 658 — Bran- 
son, Mo. Bur. Geol. and Mines, 2d ser., vol. 17 (1924) p. 124. 

Snyder Creek?: Callaway Co., Mo. 

Nephriticeras liratum (Hall) = Lyrioceras liratum 
Nephriticeras magister (Hall) 

Nautilus Barrandi Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 62, fig. 1, pi. 63, fig. 1, pi. 64A, fig. 2. [Not Nautilus Bar- 
randei von Hauer, 1850.] 

Nautilus magister Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 422-424, pi. 62, fig. 1, 
pi. 107, figs. 1, 6, 7, 8, pi. 108, figs. 1, 2— Williams, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 6 
(1887) p. 28— Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 292-294, pi. 28, 
fig. 1— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 131— Clarke and Luther, N. 
Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 45— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 
11 (1914) p. 91— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 17. 

Nephriticeras magister Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 534 — Foerste, 
Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 192— Cooper and Williams, Geol. 
Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 859— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) 
p. 51-52. 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) magister Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 614. 

Marcellus, Hamilton, and Tully: New York. 

Nephriticeras maximum (Conrad) 

Cyrtoceras maximum Conrad, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 2 (1838) p. Ill, 117. 

Nautilus maximus Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 64, fig. 1, pi. 64A, fig. 1; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 
418-420, pi. 63, fig. 1, pi. 64, fig. 1— Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. 
Rept. 25 (1900) p. 739— Savage, Ky. Geol. Survey, 6th ser., vol. 36 (1931) p. 230. 

Nephriticeras maximum Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 535 — Grabau 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 95 

and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 85-86, 
text fig. 1304— Fobrste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 192. 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) maximus Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 615. 

Hamilton: New York; and possibly the Sellersburg at the Falls of the Ohio. 

Nephriticeras oriens (Hall) 

Nautilus oriens Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 61, fig. 1; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 420-422, pi. 61, 
fig. 1, pi. 105, fig. 2, pi. 106, fig. 8— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 329. 

Barrandeoceras oriens Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 2 
(1891) p. 84-85. 

Nephriticeras oriens Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 535 — Foerste, 
Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 192. 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) oriens Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
65 (1903) p. 615-616. 

Hamilton: Schoharie Co., N. Y. 

Nephriticeras? numa (Billings) 

Gyroceras Numa Billings, Can. Nat., new ser., vol. 7 (1874) p. 238 — Whiteaves, 
< Ottawa Nat., vol. 12 (1898) p. 127. 

Gomphoceras numa Statjffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 248. 

Onondaga: southeastern Ontario. 

f Nephriticeras subliratum (Hall) = Lyrioceras subliratum 

NEPHRITICERINA Foerste (Rhadinoceratidae) 

Genotype: Nephriticerina alpenensis Foerste 

Nephriticerina Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 194- 
195; Univ. Mich., Mus. Pal., Contr., vol. 3 (1930) p. 151— Flower, Palaeontographica 
Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 54. 

Nephriticerina alpenensis Foerste 

Nephriticerina alpenensis Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 
(1927) p. 195-196, pi. 1, figs. 1A, IB, pi. 2, fig. 1, pi. 5, fig. 5; Univ. Mich., Mus. Pal., 
Contr., vol. 3 (1930) p. 151-153, text figs. 1A, IB, pi. 1, figs. 1A, IB. 

Alpena: Alpena, Mich. 

Nephriticerina? bela (Billings) 

Cyrtoceras Belus Billings, Can. Jour. Industry, Sci., and Arts, new ser., vol. 6 
(1861) p. 361-362. 

Middle Devonian: Haldimand Co., Ontario. 

Nephriticerina hyatti (Hall) 

Nautilus hyatti Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (126) 11, fig. 1— Beecher, 
Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 37-38, pi. 126, fig. 1— Clarke, N. Y. State 
I Geol., Ann. Rept. 13 (1894) p. 168. 

Rhadinoceras hyatti Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 531. 

Nautilus (Nephriticeras) hyatti Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
I 65 (1903) p. 613. 

Nephriticerina hyatti Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
i p. 195. 

Hamilton: Cumberland, Md., and Livonia, N. Y. 



96 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Nephriticerina juvenis (Hall) 

Gyroceras liratum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 57, figs. 5, 6 [not pi. 58, figs. 1, 2, pi. 60, figs. 8, 9]. 

Nautilus liratus juvenis Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 411-412, pi. 56, 
figs. 5, 6— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 445, text figs. 

Nephriticer as juvenis Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 532. 

Nautilus (Nephriticer as) juvenis Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 613. 

Nephriticerina juvenis Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 195. 

Hamilton: Cazenovia, N. Y., and Monroe Co., Pa. 

Nephriticerina metula (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras metula Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 44; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 72, pi. 9, fig. 7; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of 
Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 46, figs. 1, 2 — Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 
4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 69, 168, 195— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. 
ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376. 

Cyrtoceras (Gomphoceras) metula Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 360-361, 
pi. 47, figs. 1, 2, pi. 114, fig. 11. 

Cyclostomiceras metula Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, In- 
vertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 122, text fig. 1363 — Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 
34 (1915) p. 140, 248. 

Clostomiceras metula? Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 142. 
[Obviously a misprint and was intended to read Cyclostomiceras metula?.] 

Onondaga: New York, Ontario, and Ohio. 

Nephriticerina? nevadensis (Walcott) 

Cyrtoceras Nevadense Walcott, U. S. Geol. Survey, Mon. 8 (1884) p. 203, pi. 17, 
figs. 7, 7a. 

Nevada: Eureka district, Nevada. 

Nephriticerina occidentalis (Whiteaves) 

Cyrtoceras occidentale Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1891) p. 
103-104, pi. 7, figs. 5-6; Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 4 (1892) p. 
345 — Tyrrell, Can. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 5, sec. E (1892) p. 163 — Kindle, 
Ottawa Nat., vol. 26 (1912) p. 110— MacLean, Int. Geol. Cong., Twelfth, Guide 
Book 8 (1913) p. 365— Kindle, Can. Geol. Survey, Summ. Rept. for 1912 (1914) 
p. 255. 

Manitoba: Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba. 

OFFLEYOCERAS Foerste (Psuedorthoceratidae) 
Genotype: Orthoceras arcticum Foord 
Offleyoceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 31.5. 

Offleyoceras arcticum (Foord) 

Cyrtoceras sp. Etherdige, Geol. Soc. London, Quart. Jour., vol. 34 (1878) p. 608. 

Orthoceras arcticum Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 1 (1888) 
p. 38-40, text figs. 3a-3d— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92 (1915) p. 901. 

Monocyrtoceras? arcticum Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 
(1928) p. 100-102, pi. 6, fig. 1. 

Offleyoceras arcticum Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 
(1928) p. 316-317, pi. 75, fig. 4; Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 24 (1929) 
p. 68. 

Lower Devonian?: Offley Island, Arctic America. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 97 

Omipliomeroceras (Probeloceras) iynx (Clarke) = Eobeloceras iynx 
Oncoceras dilatatum Hall = Acleistoceras? dilatatum 
Oncoceras ovoides Hall = Brevicoceras? ovoides 

ORMOCERAS Stokes (Sactoceratidae) 

Genotype: Ormoceras bayfieldi Stokes 

Ormoceras Stokes, Geol. Soc. London, Pr., vol. 2 (1838) p. 689; Geol. Soc. London, 
Tr., 2d ser., vol. 5 (1840) p. 709— Woodward, Manual of the Mollusca, pt. 1 (1851) 
p. 88, text fig. 48— Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 2 (1852) p. 95— Saemann, Palaeontograph- 
ica, vol. 3 (1854) p. 146-156— Barrande, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. u. Pal. (1855) 
p. 400 — Emerson, Am. Geol., vol. 1, pt. 2 (1855) p. 150 — Barrande, Soc. geol. France, 
Bull., ser. 2, tome 12, pt. 1 (1855) p. 470— Billings, Can. Geol. Survey, Rept. Prog- 
ress for 1853-1856 (1857) p. 326, 328— Chapman, Can. Jour., new ser., vol. 8 (1863) 
p. 20; Expos. Min. Geol. Can. (1864) p. 128 — Barrande, Syst. Sil. du Centre Boheme, 
vol. 2, pt. 3 (1874) p. 765— Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 272— 
Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 368— Miller, North 
American geology and palaeontology for the use of amateurs, students, and scien- 
tists (1889) p. 445— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 528, text fig. 
1079; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 609, text fig. 1128— Broili, 

, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 520, text fig. 1090— Foerste, Univ. 
Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1924) p. 22, 26, 62-63; Rept. Sci. Results of the 
Norwegian Expedition to Novaya Zemlya 1921, no. 31 (1925) Det Videnskaps-Aka- 

! demi i Oslo, p. 13-17 — Troedsson, Jubilaeumskepeditionen Nord om Groenland 

:.: 1920-1923, Nr. 1 (Saertryk af Meddelelser om Groenland, 71) [also issued as Comm. 

Q pal. no. 25 of the Mus. de min. et de geol. de l'Univ. Copenhague] (1926) p. 104-106 — 
Foerste, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 154 (1927) p. 291-293; Denison Univ. Bull., 

"Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 71-73; Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 
24 (1929) p. 208— Teichert, Pal. Zeitschr., Bd. 12 (1930) p. 290— Foerste and 

I Teichert, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 25 (1930) p. 287. 

Ormoceras atreus (Hall) 

Orthoceras atreus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 305-306, pi. 88, fig. 1, 
pi. 89, figs. 10, 11— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 
618— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 59— Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 23— Branson, Mo. Bur. Geol. and Mines, 2d ser., 
vol. 17 (1923) p. 124, pi. 30, fig. 3— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) 
p. 312, 318, 321. 

Genesee, Naples, and Chemung: New York; and possibly the Snyder Creek of Missouri. 

Ormoceras bebryx (Hall) 

Orthoceras bebryx Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 

Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 39, figs. 2 [not 1]; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 275-276, 

pi. 38, fig. 10, pi. 39, fig. 2, pi. 83, fig. 14, pi. 84, figs. 11, 12— Williams, N. Y. State 

Geol., Ann. Rept. 6 (1887) p. 28— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 

■ 65 (1903) p. 618-619— Williams, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 169 

(1909) p. 8— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 128 (1909) p. 31; N. Y. State Mus., 

Bull. 137 (1910) p. 30— Cleland, Wis. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Survey, Bull. 21 (1911) 

p. 19, 135, pi. 43, figs. 1, 2— Olsson, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 33 (1912) p. 446— 

I Williams [Kindle], U. S. Geol. Survey, Prof. Paper 79 (1913) p. 20— Prosser and 

! Kindle, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 67, 77, 81, 108, 

) 307-308, pi. 38, figs. 10-12— Williams, Ontario Bur. Mines, Ann. Rept. 29 (1920) 

p. 25— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 317— Cooper and Wil- 

t liams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 806, 859. 

Orthoceras typum? Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda, pi. 38, fig. 10. [Not Orthoceras typus Saemann, 1854.] 

Orthoceras berryx Fenton, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 48 (1919) p. 373. [Obvi- 
ously a misprint and was intended to read Orthoceras bebryx.] 

Loxoceras bebryx Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 13. 

Hamilton, Tully, and Naples: New York; and possibly the Milwaukee of Wisconsin, the Hackberry of 
Iowa, the Onondaga of Ontario, and the Romney of Maryland and West Virginia. 



98 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Ormoceras bebryx cayuga Hall 

Orthoceras bebryx Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 39, fig. 1 [not 2]. 

Orthoceras bebryx cayuga Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 276-277, pi. 39, 
fig. 1, pi. 86, figs. 3-5, pi. 91, figs. 1-5, pi. 92, figs. 1-5— Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda 
in British Mus., pt. 1 (1888) p. 98-99— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 619-620— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 137 (1910) p. 31— Pros- 
ser, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 15 (1912) p. 80 — Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., 
Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Naples: New York; and possibly the upper Chagrin at Bedford, Ohio. 

Ormoceras brevicameratum Foerste 

Ormoceras brevicameratum Foerste, Can. Geol. Survey, Bull. 49 (1928) p. 12-13, 
text figs. 3J, 3M. 

Lower Devonian: Clementsvale, Nova Scotia. 

Ormoceras densum 

Cyrtoceras densum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 363, pi. 85, figs. 17-19. 

Romney: Cumberland, Md. 

Ormoceras? desideratum (Hall) 

Orthoceras clavatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 345, pi. 71, fig. 4 — Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 320. [Not Orthoceras clavatum Hall, 1852.] 

Orthoceras [sp.] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 376. 

Orthoceras desideratum Hall, in Miller, The American Palaeozoic fossils, A 
catalogue of the genera and species, . . . , ed. 2 (1877) p. 245 — Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 624. 

Coeymans: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Ormoceras expositum (Hall) 

Orthoceras expositum Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (118) 2, fig. 2 — 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 29, pi. 118, fig. 2. 

Loxocerasf expositum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 324. 

Canadaway: Austin ville, Pa. 

Ormoceras? fluctum (Hall) 

Orthoceras fluctum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 239-240, pi. 76, figs. 
4-7— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 626— Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327— Grabau and Shimer, North American 
index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 51 — Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. 
Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 859. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y.; and possibly the Tully of New York. 

Ormoceras jaculum (Hall) 

Orthoceras molestum [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 35, fig. 8 [not 6, not pi. 37, fig. 1]. 

Orthoceras jaculum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 266-267, pi. 35, fig. 12. 

Onondaga: Clarence Hollow, Erie Co., N. Y. 

Ormoceras kindlei Foerste 

Ormoceras kindlei Foerste, Can. Geol. Survey, Bull. 49 (1928) p. 9-11, text figs. 
A, Ax, B. 

Lower Devonian: Clementsvale, Nova Scotia. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 99 

Ormoceras leander (Hall) 

Orthoceras leander Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 309-310, pi. 90, figs. 
6-8— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 627— Caster, 
Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 21, no. 71 (1934) p. 74— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 
46 (1935) p. 317, 331. 

Orthoceras (Geisonoceras) leander Grabatt and Shimer, North American index 
fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 53. 

Naples and Conewango: New York and Pennsylvania. 

Ormoceras longicameratum (Hall) 

Orthoceras longicameratum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 343-344, pi. 70, fig. 
1, pi. 71, figs. 1-5— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 542, text fig.— 
Grabatt, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 320— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 
9, pt. 2 (1909) p. 13, 21, pi. 1, fig. 9— Ohern and Maynard, Md. Geol. Survey, Lower 
Devonian (1913) p. 130, 487, pi. 88, figs. 1-3. 

Coeymans : New York ; and possibly the Helderberg of Maryland and Pennsylvania and the Dalhousie 
of New Brunswick. 

f Ormoceras luxum (Hall) 

Orthoceras luxum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
(Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 35, fig. 5; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 244-248, pi. 35, 
i figs. 4-7, pi. 76, fig. 1, pi. 77, figs. 1-8, pi. 78, figs. 5-7, pi. 78B, fig. 3, pi. 81, fig. 13, 
r pi. 112, figs. 12-14— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 
i 628-630— Grabatj, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 187, 327, text fig. 109. 

Orthoceras pelops [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
i fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 35, figs. 1-3 [not 2, not pi. 37, figs. 8, 9]. 

Loxoceras luxum Grabatj and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
i brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 113, text fig. 1347 — Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., 
vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 13— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 16. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

I Ormoceras novascoticum Foerste 

Ormoceras novascoticum Foerste, Can. Geol. Survey, Bull. 49 (1928) p. 11-12, 
text fig. 3B. 

Lower Devonian: Clementsvale, Nova Scotia. 

Ormoceras oppletum (Hall) 

Orthoceras oppletum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 248-249, pi. 81, figs. 
9-12, pi. 112, fig. 11— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 634— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Ormoceras palmatum (Hall) 

Orthoceras palmatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 312-313, pi. 90, figs. 
1 9, 10— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 634. 

Chemung: southwestern New York. 

( Ormoceras rudicula (Hall) 

Orthoceras rudicula Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
I Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 37, fig. 7; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 268-269, pi. 37, 
I fig. 2, pi. 112, figs. 1, 2. 

Middle? Devonian: Stafford, N. Y. 



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Ormoceras? vastator (Hall) 

Orthoceras obliquum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 243-244, 264, 480. 
[Not Orthoceras obliquum Eichwald, I860.] 

Orthoceras vastator Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 264, 480, pi. 78, figs. 
1-4— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 646— Grabatj, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 



Ormoceras winchelli (Meek and Worthen) 

Orthoceras winchelli Meek and Worthen, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr. 
(1866) p. 257; 111. Geol. Survey, vol. 6 (1875) p. 512-513, pi. 28, fig. 1— Stauffer, 
Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 169— Grabatj [Stauffer], Mich. Geol. 
and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376. 

Columbus: central Ohio. 

Orthoceras aciculoides Clarke = Michelinoceras? aciculoides 

Orthoceras aciculum Hall = Bactrites? aciculum 

Orthoceras aedipus Hall [Luther] = Kionoceras oedipus 

Orthoceras aegea Hall = Spyroceras aegea 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) aegea Hall = Spyroceras aegea 

Orthoceras algomense Parks = Michelinoceras? algomense 

Orthoceras anax Billings = Michelinoceras? anax 

Orthoceras anguis Hall = Geisonoceras anguis 

Orthoceras aff. O. anguliferum (d'Archiac and de Verneuil) [Kindle] = Michelin- 
oceras aff. M.? anguliferum 

Orthoceras anguliferum alpenense Foerste = Michelinoceras? anguliferum 
alpenense 

Orthoceras annulatum americanum Foord [part] = Dawsonoceras americanum 

Orthoceras aptum Hall = Diagoceras aptum 

Orthoceras arenosum Hall = Spyroceras arenosum 

Orthoceras arcticum Foord = Offleyoceras arcticum 

Orthoceras arkonense Whiteaves = Michelinoceras? arkonense 

Orthoceras atreus Hall = Ormoceras atreus 

Orthoceras aulax Hall = Geisonoceras aulax 

Orthoceras baculum Hall = Michelinoceras? stylus and M.? viator 

Orthoceras bebryx Hall = Ormoceras bebryx and O. bebryx cayuga 

Orthoceras bebryx cayuga Hall = Ormoceras bebryx cayuga 

Orthoceras berryx Hall [Fenton] = Ormoceras bebryx 

Orthoceras bipartitum Hall = Spyroceras bipartitum 

Orthoceras caelamen Hall = Spyroceras caelamen 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) caelamen Hall = Spyroceras caelamen 

Orthoceras caldwellense Miller and Gurley = Spyroceras caldwellense 

Orthoceras carnosum Hall = Geisonoceras? carnosum 

Orthoceras cingulum Hall = Michelinoceras? cingulum 

Orthoceras clarkei Cleland = Michelinoceras? clarkei 

Orthoceras clavatum Hall [part] = Ormoceras? desideratum 

Orthoceras cochleatum Hall = Bradfordoceras warrenense 

Orthoceras collatum Hall = Michelinoceras? collatum 

Orthoceras consortale Hall = Bradfordoceras consortale 

Orthoceras constrictum Conrad [not Vanuxem] = Spyroceras? constrictum 

Orthoceras constrictum Vanuxem [not Conrad] = Michelinoceras uniconstrictum 
and M.? novboracense 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 101 

Orthoceras creon Hall = Kionoceras creon 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) creon Hall = Kionoceras creon 

Orthoceras cretaceum (Whitfield) = Acleistoceras? cretaceum 

Orthoceras crotalum Hall = Spyroceras crotalum and S. caelamen 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) crotalum Hall = Spyroceras crotalum 

Orthoceras dagon Hall = Michelinoceras? dagon 

Orthoceras darwini Billings [Foord] = Kionoceras cf. K. myrice 

Orthoceras demus Hall = Michelinoceras? demus 

Orthoceras desideratum Hall = Ormoceras? desideratum 

Orthoceras directum Hall = Michelinoceras? directum 

Orthoceras duramen Hall = Michelinoceras? duramen 

Orthoceras emaceratum Hall = Michelinoceras? emaceratum 

Orthoceras eriense Hall = Michelinoceras? eriense 

Orthoceras erion Hall [Grabau] = Orthoceras creon 

Orthoceras exile Hall = Michelinoceras? exile 

Orthoceras expositum Hall = Ormoceras expositum 

Orthoceras extremum Hall = Michelinoceras? extremum 

Orthoceras fenestrulatum Clarke = Protokionoceras fenestrulatum 

Orthoceras (Kionoceras) fenestrulatum Clarke = Protokionoceras fenestrulatum 

Orthoceras filosum Clarke = Geisonoceras filosum 

Orthoceras fluctum Hall = Ormoceras? fluctum 

Orthoceras foliatum Hall = Cyrtoceras eugenium 

Orthoceras fulgidum Hall = Michelinoceras? fulgidum 

Orthoceras fustis Hall = Palmeroceras fustis 

Orthoceras geneva Clarke = Spyroceras geneva 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) geneva Clarke = Spyroceras geneva 

Orthoceras gracilium Winchell = Michelinoceras? gracilium 

Orthoceras cf. O. gregarium Minister [Raymond] = Michelinoceras? accelerans 

Orthoceras griffithi Haughton = Michelinoceras? griffithi 

Orthoceras hagersvillense Whiteaves = Geisonoceras hagersvillense 

Orthoceras (Cyrtoceras?) hector (Hall) = Bradfordoceras sinuosum 

Orthoceras helderbergiae Hall = Michelinoceras? helderbergiae 

Orthoceras hindii (Whiteaves) = Bradfordoceras hindii 

Orthoceras hyas Hall = Spyroceras thoas 

Orthoceras imbricatum Etheridge [part] = Armenoceras coppingeri 

Orthoceras incarceratum Clarke = Spyroceras incarceratum 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) incarceratum Clarke = Spyroceras incarceratum 

Orthoceras inoptatum Hall = Protokionoceras inoptatum 

Orthoceras (Kionoceras) inoptatum Hall = Protokionoceras inoptatum 

Orthoceras iowaense Miller = Spyroceras iowaense 

Orthoceras jaculum Hall = Ormoceras jaculum 

Orthoceras kingii Meek = Michelinoceras? kingii 

Orthoceras laeve Hall = Michelinoceras? sublaeve 

Orthoceras lambtonense Whiteaves = Michelinoceras? lambtonense 

Orthoceras leander Hall = Ormoceras leander 

Orthoceras (Geisonoceras) leander Hall = Ormoceras leander 

Orthoceras lima Hall = Spyroceras lima 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) lima Hall = Spyroceras lima 

Orthoceras linteum Hall = Geisonoceras linteum 

Orthoceras longicameratum Hall = Ormoceras longicameratum 

Orthoceras luxum Hall = Ormoceras luxum 

Orthoceras marcellense Hall = Striacoceras typum 



102 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Orthoceras (Kionoceras) marcellense Hall = Striacoceras typum 

Orthoceras masculum Hall = Michelinoceras? masculum 

Orthoceras medium Hall = Michelinoceras? medium 

Orthoceras mephisto Clarke = Michelinoceras? mephisto 

Orthoceras molestum Hall = Michelinoceras? molestum, Ormoceras jaculum, and 

Protokionoceras inoptatum 
Orthoceras montanense Raymond = Michelinoceras? montanense 
Orthoceras multiannulatum Swartz and Maynard = Spyroceras schucherti 
Orthoceras multicinctum Hall = Spyroceras multicinctum 
Orthoceras (Cycloceras) multicinctum Hall = Spyroceras multicinctum 
Orthoceras norumbegae Clarke = Protokionoceras norumbegae 
Orthoceras nummularium Etheridge [not Sowerby] = Armenoceras rotulatum 
Orthoceras nuntium Hall = Spyroceras nuntium, S. idmon, and S. caelamen 
Orthoceras (Spyroceras) nuntium Hall = Spyroceras nuntium 
Orthoceras nuntoides Clarke = Spyroceras nuntoides 
Orthoceras (Spyroceras) nuntoides Clarke = Spyroceras nuntoides 
Orthoceras obliquum Hall [not Eichwald] = Ormoceras? obliquum 
Orthoceras oedipus Hall = Kionoceras oedipus 
Orthoceras (Spyroceras) oedipus Hall = Kionoceras oedipus 
Orthoceras ohioense Hall = Michelinoceras? ohioense 
Orthoceras ommaneyi Salter = Armenoceras ommaneyi 
Orthoceras Ontario Clarke = Spyroceras Ontario 
Orthoceras ontarioense Foerste = Michelinoceras? ontarioense 
Orthoceras oppletum Hall = Ormoceras oppletum 
Orthoceras pacator Hall = Michelinoceras? pacator 
Orthoceras palmatum Hall = Ormoceras palmatum 
Orthoceras paradoxica Eaton [not Sowerby] = Ryticeras trivolve 
Orthoceras parallelum Meek = Michelinoceras? parallelum 
Orthoceras parliense Williams and Berger = Michelinoceras? parliense 
Orthoceras pauciseptum Hall = Michelinoceras? pauciseptum 
Orthoceras pelops Hall = Michelinoceras? pelops and Ormoceras luxum 
Orthoceras pelops ohioense Hall = Michelinoceras? ohioense 
Orthoceras (Geisonoceras) pelops Hall = Michelinoceras? pelops 
Orthoceras perstriatum Hall = Protokionoceras perstriatum 
Orthoceras pertextum Hall = Spyroceras pertextum 
Orthoceras (Spyroceras) pertextum Hall = Spyroceras pertextum 
Orthoceras pervicax Hall = Michelinoceras? pervicax 
Orthoceras pravum Hall = Michelinoceras? pravum 
Orthoceras princiana Williams and Berger = Michelinoceras? princiana 
Orthoceras procerum Hall = Michelinoceras? procerum 
Orthoceras procrus Hall = Michelinoceras? procerum 
Orthoceras profundum Hall = Kionoceras profundum 
Orthoceras (Spyroceras) profundum Hall = Kionoceras profundum 
Orthoceras pulcher Parks = Spyroceras pulcher 
Orthoceras pustulosum Winchell = Michelinoceras? pustulosum 
Orthoceras rarum Hall [Grabau] = Acleistoceras? varum 
Orthoceras rigidum Hall = Michelinoceras? rigidum 
Orthoceras robustum Hall = Michelinoceras? eriense 
Orthoceras rudens Hall = Spyroceras rudens 
Orthoceras (Cycloceras) rudens Hall = Spyroceras rudens 
Orthoceras rudicula Hall = Ormoceras rudicula 
Orthoceras rudis Hall = Michelinoceras? rude 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 103 

Orthoceras sceptrum Hall = Michelinoceras? sceptrum 

Orthoceras? scheii Foerste = Michelinoceras? scheii 

Orthoceras schucherti Maynard = Spyroceras schucherti 

Orthoceras scintilla Hall = Michelinoceras? scintilla 

Orthoceras scintilla mephisto Clarke = Michelinoceras? mephisto 

Orthoceras sicinus Hall = Spyroceras sicinus 

Orthoceras sirpus Hall = Michelinoceras? sirpus 

Orthoceras spissum Hall = Michelinoceras? spissum 

Orthoceras staffordense Clarke = Spyroceras staffordense 

Orthoceras (Kionoceras) stafifordense Clarke = Spyroceras staffordense 

Orthoceras stylus Hall = Michelinoceras? stylus 

Orthoceras (Protobactrites) stylus Hall = Michelinoceras stylus 

Orthoceras sublaeve d'Orbigny = Michelinoceras? sublaeve 

Orthoceras subtextile Hall = Geisonoceras subtextile 

Orthoceras subulatum Hall = Michelinoceras? subulatum and Spyroceras sicinus 

Orthoceras (Geisonoceras) subulatum Hall = Michelinoceras? subulatum 

Orthoceras subulatum pygmaeum Loomis = Michelinoceras? subulatum pygmaeum 

Orthoceras tantalus Hall = Michelinoceras? tantalus 

Orthoceras telamon Hall = Michelinoceras? telamon 

Orthoceras tenere Hall = Michelinoceras? tenere 

Orthoceras tenuiannulatum Hall = Spyroceras tenuiannulatum 

Orthoceras tersum Hall = Michelinoceras? tersum 

Orthoceras tetricum Hall = Michelinoceras? tetricum and M.? pravum 

Orthoceras textum Hall = Geisonoceras textum 

Orthoceras thestor Hall = Spyroceras thestor 

Orthoceras (Cycloceras) thestor Hall = Spyroceras thestor 

Orthoceras thoas Hall = Spyroceras thoas 

Orthoceras (Dawsonoceras) thoas Hall = Spyroceras thoas 

Orthoceras troas Hall [Williams] = Spyroceras thoas 

Orthoceras trusitum Clarke and Ruedemann = Protokionoceras trusitum 

Orthoceras typum Saemann = Striacoceras typum, Diagoceras aptum, and Ormoceras 

bebryx 
Orthoceras (Thoracoceras) tyrrellii Whiteaves = Casteroceras tyrrellii 
Orthoceras undulatum Hall [not Sowerby; not Owen] = Dawsonoceras americanum 
Orthoceras undulatum Owen [not Hall ; not Sowerby] = Spyroceras iowaense 
Orthoceras uniconstrictum Miller = Michelinoceras? uniconstrictum 
Orthoceras varum Hall = Acleistoceras? varum 
Orthoceras vastator Hall = Ormoceras? vastator 
Orthoceras viator Hall = Michelinoceras? viator 
Orthoceras vicinus Hall [Grabau] = Spyroceras sicinus 
Orthoceras walpolense Whiteaves = Spyroceras walpolense 
Orthoceras warrenense Miller = Bradfordoceras warrenense 
Orthoceras winchelli Meek and Worthen = Ormoceras winchelli 
Orthoceras zeus Hall = Michelinoceras? zeus 

OVOCERAS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Gomphoceras (Apioceras) oviforme Hall 

Ovoceras Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 64-65; Palaeontographica 
Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 32-33, 73. 

Ovoceras constrictum Flower 

Gomphoceras oviforme [part] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 344-346, pi. 
94, figs. 6, 7 [not pi. 45, figs. 1-4, pi. 46, figs. 6, 7.] 



104 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Ovoceras constrictum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 66-68, pi. 
8, figs. 4, 5; Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 7, 16, 33, 34, 73. 

Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: Schoharie, Stockbridge, and Manlius, N. Y. 

Ovoceras? gibbosum (Hall) = Micronoceras gibbosum 
Ovoceras? minimum (Hall) 

Gomphoceras minimum Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (122) 7, fig. 4 — 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 34, pi. 122, fig. 4— Kindle, Ind. 
Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 25 (1900) p. 740, pi. 25, fig. 3. 

Poterioceras minimum Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, In- 
vertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 129-130. 

Ovoceras? minimum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 75. 

Sellersburg: Falls of the Ohio. 

Ovoceras oviforme (Hall) 

Gomphoceras (Apioceras) oviforme Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. 
Rept. 13 (1860) p. 105. 

Gomphoceras oviforme [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 45, figs. 1, 2; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 344-346, 
pi. 45, figs. 1-4 [not pi. 46, figs. 6, 7, pi. 94, figs. 6, 7] — Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and 
Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 25 (1901) p. 740-741— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 
(1901) p. 125— Rowley, in G. K. Greene's Contr. to Ind. Pal., pt. 7 (1901) p. 59, 
pi. 21, figs. 13, 14— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 592- 
593— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 209, 211, 329, text fig. 155— Savage, 
Ky. Geol. Survey, 6th ser., vol. 36 (1931) p. 232. 

Poterioceras oviforme Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 129, text fig. 1376. 

Ovoceras oviforme Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 65-66; Palae- 
ontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 16, 32, 33, 34, 73. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Schoharie and Manlius, N. Y.; and possibly the Sellers- 
burg at the Falls of the Ohio. 

Ovoceras turbiniforme (Meek and Worthen) 

Gomphoceras (Apioceras) turbiniforme Meek and Worthen, Philadelphia Acad. 
Nat. Sci., Pr. (1866) p. 258. 

Gomphoceras turbiniforme Meek and Worthen, 111. Geol. Survey, vol. 3 (1868) 
p. 444, pi. 12, figs. 2a, 2b — Hall and Whitfield, Description of new species of fossils 
from the vicinity of Louisville, Kentucky, and the Falls of the Ohio [advance publi- 
cation] (1872) p. 13; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 24 (1872) p. 200— Butts, Ky. 
Geol. Survey, 4th ser., vol. 3, pt. 2 (1915) p. 128, pi. 45, fig. 11— Miller, Ky. Dept. 
Geol. and Forestry, 5th ser., Bull. 2 (1919) pi. 44, fig. 11— Savage, Ky. Geol. Survey, 
6th ser., vol. 33 (1930) p. 10, 97, pi. 4, fig. 11; Ky. Geol. Survey, 6th ser,, vol. 36 
(1931) p. 232. 

Poterioceras turbiniforme Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 129. 

Ovoceras turbiniforme Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 33. 

Sellersburg: Indiana and Kentucky. 

PACHTOCERAS Foerste (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Gomphoceras rotundum Pacht 

Pachtoceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) p. 328, 
pi. 44, figs. 2A-2C — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 58-59. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 105 

Pachtoceras obliquum Flower 

Pachtoceras obliquum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 59-60, pi. 2, figs. 23-25. 

Lewis Run sandstone member of Venango: Lewis Run, Pa. 

PALMEROCERAS Flower (Pseudorthoceratidae) 
Genotype : Orthoceras fustis Hall 
Palmeroceras Flower, Bull. Am, Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 58-59. 

Palmeroceras fustis (Hall) 

Orthoceras fustis Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 281-282, pi. 83, fig. 11, 
pi. 113, figs. 16, 17— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 125— Clarke and 
Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 626— Grabatj, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 92 (1906) p. 329. 

Palmeroceras fustis Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 59-60, pi. 2, 
I fig. 4, pi. 4, figs. 1, 2, pi. 7, fig. 3. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Schoharie, N. Y. 

PARACLEISTOCERAS Foerste (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Phragmoceras devonicans Barrande 

Paracleistoceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) 
! p. 335-336 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 11. 

Paracleistoceras canadense (Stauffer) 

Poterioceras canadensis Stauffer, Jour. Geol., vol. 26 (1918) p. 556, pi. 1, figs. 2-5. 

Onondaga: Gorrie, Ontario. 

Paralegoceras? milleri Flower and Caster = Sporadoceras miller! 

PARODOCERAS ["PARODICERAS"] Hyatt = 
TORNOCERAS (PARODOCERAS) 

Parodoceras ["Parodiceras"] discoideum (Hall) = Tornoceras (Parodoceras) dis- 

coideum and Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 
Parodoceras? peracutum (Hall) = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) peracutum 

PERNOCERAS Schindewolf = TORNOCERAS (PROTORNOCERAS) 

Phragmoceras spinosum Conrad = Cophinoceras spinosum 
Phragmoceras walshii Meek and Worthen = Acleistoceras? walshii 

PLATYCLYMENIA Hyatt (Platyclymenidae) 

Genotype : Clymenia annulata Miinster 

Platyclymenia Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 314 — Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 413 — Foord and Crick, Cat. 
foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 (1897) p. 18 — Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. 
Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 548 — Grabatj and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 133 — Smith, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 

(1913) p. 628 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 5 — Wede- 
kind, K. Ges. Wiss. Gottingen, Abh., Math.-Phys. Klasse, N. F., Bd. 10, Nr. 1 

(1914) p. 33— Schindewolf, Senckenbergiana, Bd. 4 (1922) p. 193-194; Neues Jahrb. 
f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 49 (1923) p. 444-446; Centr. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., 
Jahrg. 1923 (1923) p. 26, 61, 62, 63— Schmidt, Preuss. geol. Landes., Jahrb., Bd. 44 
(1924) p. 124— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 547— Matern, 



106 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Preuss, geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 134 (1931) p. 98— Schindewolf, Neues 
Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B, p. 340-344— Miller, Geol. 
Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 194-196. 

Trigonoclymenia Schindewolf (subgenus), Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., 
Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B, p. 341-343— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 195. [Genotype, Clymenia spinosa Minister.] 

Pleuroclymenia Schindewolf (subgenus), Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., 
Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B, p. 343-344— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 195. 
[Genotype, Platy clymenia crassa Schindewolf.] 

Platyclymenia americana = Platyclymenia (Pleuroclymenia) americana 
Platyclymenia (Pleuroclymenia) americana (Raymond) 

Clymenia (Platyclymenia) americana Raymond, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 23 
(1907) p. 118, text fig. 1. 

Platyclymenia americana Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 150- 

151, text fig. 1, pi. 6, figs. 10-13, pi. 7, figs. 2, 3 [not 1] — Grabau and Shimer, North 
American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 133-134, text fig. 1385 — Ray- 
mond, Int. Zool. Cong., Seventh, Pr., advance print (1910) p. 3; Int. Zool. Cong., 
Seventh, Pr. (1912) p. 743— Haynes, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 10 (1916) p. 27. _ 

Platyclymenia (Pleuroclymenia) americana Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., 
Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B (1934) p. 340-344, text figs. 10, 11— Miller, 
Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 49 (1936); 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 196-199, text fig. 41A, pi. 39, figs. 1-7. 

Three Forks: Three Forks, Montana. 

Platyclymenia polypleura Raymond = Platyclymenia (Pleuroclymenia) americana 
Platyclymenia (Pleuroclymenia) polypleura Raymond 

Clymenia sp. Raymond [Holzapfel], Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 23 (1907) 
p. 118, 119. 

Platyclymenia polypleura Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 151— 

152, text fig. 2, pi. 7, figs. 4-6— Haynes, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 10 (1916) p. 27. 
Platyclymenia sp. Raymond, Int. Zool. Cong., Seventh, Pr., advance print (1910) 

p. 2; Int. Zool. Cong., Seventh, Pr. (1914) p. 742. 

Platyclymenia (Pleuroclymenia) polypleura Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., 
Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B (1934) p. 344-345— Miller, Type invertebrate 
fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 50 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. 
Paper 14 (1938) p. 198-199, pi. 39, figs. 11-16. 

Three Forks: Three Forks, Montana. 

PLEUROCLYMENIA Schindewolf = PLATYCLYMENIA 
(PLEUROCLYMENIA) 

Pleuronautilus inopinatus (Hall) = Diadiploceras inopinatum 

POLONOCERAS Dybczynski = TORNOCERAS (POLONOCERAS) 

POLYCRONITES Troost (Ryticeratidae) 
Genotype: Polycronites haanii Troost 

Polycronites Troost, Fifth geol. rept. to Twenty-third General Assembly of 
Tenn., appd. (1840) p. 50-51. 

Rhyticeras Ruedemann and Goldring, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 288 (1931) p. 78, 
text fig. 13. [Not Ryticeras Hyatt.] 

Polycronites haanii Troost 

Polycronites Haanii Troost, Fifth geol. rept. to Twenty-third General Assembly 
of Tenn., appd. (1840) p. 50-51. 

Gyroceras? Haanii Miller, The American Palaeozoic fossils, A catalogue of the 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 107 

genera and species . . . , ed. 2 (1877) p. 178; North American geology and palae- 
ontology for the use of amateurs, students, and scientists (1889) p. 453. 

Devonian: Harpeth Ridge, Davidson Co., Tenn., and near Columbus, Ohio. 

PONTICERAS Matern (Manticoceratidae) 

Genotype: Ammonites aequabilis Beyrich 

Ponticeras Matern, Senckenbergiana, Bd. 11 (1929) p. 151; Preuss. Geol. Landes., 
Abh., N. F., Heft 134 (1931) p. 79 — Schindewolf, Preuss, geol. Landes., Jahrb., 
Bd. 58 (1937) p. 243, 244, 249— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 70. 

Ponticeras stainbrooki Miller 

Ponticeras stainbrooki Miller, Pan-Am. Geol., vol. 65 (1936) p. 336 [nomen 
nudum]; Iowa Acad. Sci., Pr., vol. 43 (1938) p. 231, pi. 1, figs. 5-8 [nomen nudum]; 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 71, pi. 27, figs. 1-4. 

Independence shale: Brandon, Iowa. 

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oceras ajax (Hall) = Acleistoceras? ajax 

oceras amphora (Whitfield) = Acleistoceras? amphora 

oceras canadense Stauffer = Paracleistoceras canadense 

oceras clavatum (Hall) = Verticoceras? clavatum 

oceras conradi (Hall) = Verticoceras conradi 

oceras eximium (Hall) Acleistoceras eximium 

oceras giganteum Savage = Acleistoceras? giganteum 

oceras hyatti (Whitfield) = Acleistoceras hyatti 

oceras lunatum (Hall) = Cyrtogomphus lunatus 

oceras? manes (Hall) = Brevicoceras? manes 

oceras minimum (Hall) = Ovoceras? minimum 

oceras nasutum (Hall) = Anglicornus nasutum 

oceras raphanus (Hall) = Micronoceras raphanus 

oceras oviforme (Hall) = Ovoceras oviforme 

oceras tumidum (Hall) = Anglicornus? tumidum 

oceras turbiniforme (Meek and Worthen) = Ovoceras turbiniforme 



POTERIOCERINA Foerste (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Cyrtoceras lumbosum Barrande 

Poteriocerina Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) p. 343, 
pi. 45, figs. 1, 2— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 70; Palaeontograph- 
ica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 11, 12, 38, 46, 55, 56-57, 72. 

Poteriocerina manitobensis (Whiteaves) 

Gomphoceras manitobense Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1891) 
p. 102-103, pi. 7, figs. 7, 7a; Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 4 (1892) 
p. 344-345— McLean, Int. Geol. Cong., Twelfth, Guide Book 8 (1913) p. 365— Flower, 
Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 56-57, 72. 

Devonian (Winnipegosis?): near Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba. 

Poteriocerina solida (Hall) 

Gomphoceras solidum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 338, pi. 93, fig. 9— 
Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 125— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 594. 



108 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Potocerina solidum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 70-72, pi. 9, 
figs. 8-10; Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 56, 72. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: New York, 

PROBELOCERAS Clarke (Manticoceratidae) 

Genotype: Goniatites lutheri Clarke 

Probeloceras Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50, vol. 2 (1899) p. 90 [also 
issued as N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16] — Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., 
vol. 6 (1899) p. 298— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 550— Frech, 
Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich-Ungarns und Orients, Bd. 14 (1902) p. 60 — Grabau 
and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 138- 
Smith, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 631 — Frech, Fossilium 
Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 25 — Wedekind, Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 
(1918) p. 131— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 551— Miller, 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Paper 14 (1938) p. 63. 

Probeloceras lutheri (Clarke) 

(?) Clymenia? complanata Hall, Geol. N. Y., pt. IV, Comprising the survey of 
the fourth geological district (1843) p. 244, text fig. 106 (5); Descriptions of new 
species of fossils from the upper Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) 
p. 35; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 63— Clarke, Am. Jour. 
Sci., 3d ser., vol. 43 (1892) p. 57. 

(?) Clymenia Erato Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 36; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862); p. 64, pi. 10, fig. 1; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of 
Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 70, figs. 6, 7 — Clarke, Am. Jour. Sci., 
3d ser., vol. 43 (1892) p. 57. 

(?) Goniatites complanatus Hall, Descriptions of new species of Goniatidae, with 
a list of previously described species (1874) p. 1; N. Y. State Mus. Nat. Hist., Ann. 
Rept. 27 (1875) p. 132; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 455-457, pi. 70, figs. 6, 7, 
10, 11 [not 8, 9]— Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1885) p. 20, 47-48— Wil- 
liams, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 6 (1889) p. 28 — Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, 
Rept. P4 (1889) p. 255, text fig.— Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 8 (1889) 
p. 298-299, text fig. 234— Whitfield and Hovey, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., Bull., vol. 11 
(1900) p. 330-331— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91— 
Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 859. 

(?) Goniatites (Clymenia?) complanatus Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations : 
of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 70, figs. 10, 11 [not 8, 9]. 

(?) Gephuroceras (Goniatites) complanatum [part] Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 
Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 317. 

Goniatites lutheri Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 50, pi. 2, fig. 8 — 
Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 256, text fig. — Houghton, Buffalo 
Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91. 

(?) Goniatites erato Miller, North American geology and palaeontology for the 
use of amateurs, students, and scientists (1889) p. 439. 

Probeloceras lutheri Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 53, 79, 
80; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53, 79, 80; N. Y. State Geol., 
Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 90-102, text figs. 68-77, pi. 7, figs. 1-10 [also issued as N. Y. 
State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 
(1903) p. 648-649— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 58, 
61, 62— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 357, 358, 361, 366, 372, 373, 379, 
380; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 357, 358, 361, 366, 
372, 373, 379, 380— Kindle, Jour. Geol., vol. 14 (1906) p. 633— Luther, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 128 (1909) p. 26, 30, 31— Williams, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of 
U. S., folio 169 (1909) p. 6 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 138, text fig. 1389c— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
137 (1910) p. 26, 29— Kindle, Jour. Geol., vol. 19 (1911) p. 348— Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 16, 21— Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of 
U. S., folio 179 (1912) p. 11; Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) 
p. 363, 370, 371, 372, 412, 444— Clarke and Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and 
Upper Devonian (1913) p. 695, pi. 72, figs. 4, 5— Luther, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., 
Bull., vol. 11 (1.914) p. 41; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 25— Butts, Am. 
Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 46 (1918) p. 531, 532— Reger, W. Va. Geol. Survey, County 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 109 

Repts., Mineral and Grant counties (1924) p. 742, 747 — Morgan, [Oklahoma] Bur. 
Geol., Bull. 2 (1924) p. 46, pi. 53, fig. 5— Tilton, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 17 
(1929) p. 350— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 312, 317— Willard, 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 1208— Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of 
North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 15 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 48 
(1937) p. 1254; Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 63-70, text fig. 10, pi. 12, 
figs. 1-10. 

Goniatites (Probeloceras) lutheri Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 
(1899) p. 298, text fig. 233. 

Timanites (Probeloceras) Lutheri Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 
(1913) p. 25-26. 

Tully?, Genesee, and/or Naples: New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia; and 
possibly the Hamilton of New York and the Woodford of Oklahoma. 

Probeloceras lynx (Clarke) — Pobeloceras iynx 
Probeloceras? naplesense Clarke = Neomanticoceras naplesense 
Prolecanites chemungensis (Vanuxem) = Schindewolfoceras chemungense 
Prolecanites syngonus (Clarke) = Sandbergeroceras? syngonum 
Prolobites simplex Raymond = Raymondiceras simplex 

PROTOKIONOCERAS Grabau and Shimer (Kionoceratidae) 

Genotype: Orthoceras medullare Hall 

Protokionoceras Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol.. 2 (1910) p. 58— Foerste, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 154 (1928) p. 263; 
Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 286, 308-312. 

Protokionoceras fenestrulatum (Clarke) 

Orthoceras fenestrulatum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 13, vol. 1 (1894) 
p. 168-169, pi. 2, figs. 10, 11— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) 
p. 45— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91. 

Orthoceras (Kionoceras) fenestrulatum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 625. 

Stafford limestone member of Hamilton: western New York. 

Protokionoceras inoptatum (Hall)- 

Orthoceras molestum [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 37, fig. 1 [not pi. 35, figs. 6, 8]. 

Orthoceras inoptatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 267-268, pi. 37, fig. 1, 
pi. 112, figs. 9, 10— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42. 

Orthoceras (Kionoceras) inoptatum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 627. 

Onondaga: western New York. 

Protokionoceras marcellense (Hall) = Striacoceras typum 
Protokionoceras norumbegae (Clarke) 

Orthoceras norumbegae Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 107 (1907) p. 177-178, 
text figs.; N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 9, pt. 2 (1909) p. 97, 127, pi. 22, figs. 14, 15— Wil- 
liams and Breger, U. S. Geol. Survey, Prof. Pap. 89 (1916) p. 10, 282. 

Chapman: Edmunds Hill, Aroostook Co., Maine. 

Protokionoceras perstriatum (Hall) 

Orthoceras perstriatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 346, pi. 72, fig. 3— Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 323— Reeside, U. S. Geol. Survey, Prof. Paper 
108 (1917) p. 203. 

New Scotland: Schoharie, N. Y.; and possibly the Keyser of Pennsylvania. 



110 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Protokionoceras trusitum (Clarke and Ruedemann) 

Orthoceras trusitum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 5 (1903) 
p. 77-78, pi. 10, figs. 25, 26, pi. 13, figs. 1-10 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. 
Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8, 1905] — Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 1, 
Pub. 2 (1910) p. 52, 196, 212. 

Protokionoceras trusitum Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 59— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 2 (1915) 
p. 1048-1049. 

Silurian: New York; and possibly the Detroit River of Michigan. 

PROTORNOCERAS Dybczynski = TORNOCERAS (PROTORNOCERAS) 

PSEUDORTHOCERAS Girty (Pseudorthoceratidae) 

Genotype: Orthoceras knoxense McChesney 

Pseudorthoceras Girty, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 21 (1911) p. 143; U. S. Geol. 
Survey, Bull. 544 (1915) p. 227— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 
(1924) p. 521 — Miller, Dunbar, and Condra, Nebr. Geol. Survey, 2d ser., Bull. 9 
(1933) p. 77-81— Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 30-31. 

Pseudorthoceras palmerae Flower and Caster 

Pseudorthoceras palmerae Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 
(1935) p. 31-32, pi. 7, figs. 1-3. 

Panama member of Venango: Erie Co., Pa. 

RAYMONDICERAS Schindewolf (Cheiloceratidae) 

Genotype: Prolobites simplex Raymond 

Raymondiceras Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 
72, Abt. B (1934) p. 336-340— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 171-172. 

Raymondiceras simplex (Raymond) 

Prolobites sp. Raymond, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 23 (1907) p. 118, 120; Int. 
Zool. Cong., Seventh, Pr., advance print (1910) p. 2; Int. Zool. Cong., Seventh, Pr. 
(1912) p. 742. 

Prolobites simplex Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 152-153, text 
fig. 3, pi. 7, figs. 13, 14, pi. 8, figs. 1-3— Haynes, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 10 (1916) 
p. 27. 

Tornoceras crebriseptum [part] Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) 
p. 153-154, pi. 8, fig. 8 [not text fig. 4 or pi. 8, figs. 5-7], 

Raymondiceras simplex Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., 
Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B (1934) p. 336-340, text figs. 2, 5a, 5b— Miller, Type invertebrate 
fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 46 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. 
Pap. 14 (1938) p. 173-174, text figs. 36B, 36C, pi. 38, figs. 1-6. 

Three Forks: Three Forks, Montana. 

RHADINOCERAS Hyatt (Rhadinoceratidae) 

Genotype: Nautilus cornulum Hall 

Rhadinoceras Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 530; Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 523; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) 
p. 604— Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 192-193. 

Rhadinoceras clarkei (Cleland) 

Gyroceras eryx Cleland, Jour. Geol., vol. 15 (1907) p. 469; Wis. Geol. and Nat. 
Hist. Survey, sci. ser. 6, Bull. 21 (1911) p. 19, 140-141, pi. 33. [Not Gyroceras eryx 
Hall, 1861.] 

Gyroceras clarkei Cleland, Jour. Geol., vol. 15 (1907) p. 468, text fig. 14. 

Milwaukee: Berthelet, Wis. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 111 

Rhadinoceras cornulum (Hall) 

Nautilus cornulum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 60, figs. 5, 6; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 414-415, pi. 60, 
frgs. 5, 6. 

Nephriticeras (Nautilus) cornulum Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 
(1883) p. 300. 

Rhandinoceras cornulum Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc., Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 530-531— 
Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 192-193— Flower, Bull. 
lAm. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 52. 

Hamilton: Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Rhadinoceras eryx (Hall) 

Gyroceras eryx Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper Helder- 
berg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 39; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., 
Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 67; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 48, fig. 1; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 386-387, pi. 58, 
fig. 1, pi. 103, fig. 3. [Not Gyroceras eryx Cleland, 1907.] 

Milwaukee: Milwaukee, Wis. 

li Rhadinoceras hyatti (Hall) = Nephriticerina hyatti 
E Rhadinoceras validum (Hall) 

Gyroceras validum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
( Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 51, fig. 2; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 385-386, pi. 49, 
fifig. 2, pi. 100, fig. 1— Grabatj, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327— Flower, 
I Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 69. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

RHYTICERAS Hyatt [Ruedemann and Goldring] = POLYCRONITES 
I Rhyticeras ornata Savage = Tetranodoceras ornatum 

RYTICERAS Hyatt (Ryticeratidae) 
Genotype : Cyrtoceras jason Hall 

Rutoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 285— Zittel, 
I Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 374— Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, 
Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 518. 

Ryticeras Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 522— Grabatj and 
Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 79 — Hyatt, 
Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 603. 

Ryticeras aemulum (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras aemulum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 371-372, pi. 97, figs. 
1-9, pi. 98, figs. 3, 4— Grabatj, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

Cyrtoceras (Zitteloceras) aemulum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 580-581. 

Ryticeras aemulum Grabatj and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 80. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y.; and the Pendleton at Pendleton, Ind. 

Ryticeras ammon (Billings) 

Cyrtoceras ammon Billings, Can. Jour. Industry, Sci., and Arts, new ser., vol. 6 
(1861) p. 361— Statjffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 248. 

Onondaga: Ontario. 



112 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Rhyticeras barrisi Savage = Centroceras pratti 
Ryticeras citum (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras citum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 372, pi. 51, figs. 1-3; 
N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (124) 9, figs. 1-3— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 36, pi. 124, figs. 1-3— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 328— Luther, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 10— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 
(1915) p. 276. 

Cyrtoceras (Zitteloceras) citum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 581-582. 

Ryticeras citum Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 80— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 125, 
128, 145, 248. 

Onondaga: New York and Ontario; and possibly the Marcellus of New York. 

Ryticeras? columbiense (Whitfield) 

Gyroceras columbiense Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 210, 
243; N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 5 (1891) p. 532-533, pi. 10, fig. 8; Ohio Geol. Survey, 
vol. 7 (1893) p. 430-431, pi. 6, fig. 8— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 
(1909) p. 33, 36, 49, 61, 69, 83, 168. 

Ryticeras columbiense Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, In- 
vertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 84, text fig. 1302 — Stauffer, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. 
Atlas of U. S., folio 197 (1915) p. 5, illustration 2, fig. 44. 

Columbus: central Ohio. 

Ryticeras cyclops (Hall) 

Gyroceras cyclops Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 40; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 68; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 53, figs. 1-3; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 387- 
389, pi. 101, fig. 1, pi. 102, fig. 1, pi. 103, figs. 1, 2, pi. 104, figs. 1, 2— Whitfield, N. Y. 
Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 243 — Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., 
pt. 2 (1891) p. 60-63— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42— 
Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 33, 49, 65, 83, 92, 94, 96, 
138, 168; Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 14 (1912) p. 22— Williams, Int. Geol. 
Cong., Twelfth, Guide Book 4 (1913) p. 112— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, 
geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376. 

Gyroceras (Rhyticeras) cyclops Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
65 (1903) p. 596. 

Ryticeras cyclops Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 79, 84, text fig. 1300. 

Onondaga: New York, Ohio, and Kelley's Island in Lake Erie. 

Ryticeras? dictyum (White) 

Cyrtoceras dictyum White, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr. (1876) p. 33-34. 

Cedar Valley?: Troy Mills, Linn Co., Iowa. 

Ryticeras eugenium (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras eugenium Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 42; N. Y. State Cab., Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 70, pi. 9, figs. 1-3; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of 
Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 36, fig. 5, pi. 46, figs. 5-7; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2 (1879) p. 369-370, pi. 36, fig. 5, pi. 47, figs. 5-7, pi. 96, figs. 1-11, pi. 97, figs. 10, 
11— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 188, 295, 327, 328, text fig. 113. 

Orthoceras foliatum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 46; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 113 

1 Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 74, pi. 7, figs. 6, 7— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. 
P4 (1889) p. 550, text figs. 

Cyrtoceras (Zitteloceras) eugenium Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
i Bull. 65 (1903) p. 582-583. 

Ryticeras eugenium Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 80, text fig. 1296. 

Cyrtoceras (Ryticeras) eugenium Goldring, N. Y. State Mus., Handb. 14 (1933) 
p. 88, text fig. 24H. 

Schoharie and Onondaga: New York. 

i Ryticeras jason (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras jason Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 43; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 71; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 381-382, pi. 50, 
figs. 1, 2; N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (124) 9, fig. 7— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., 
vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 36, pi. 124, fig. 7— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 
(1906) p. 327, 328. 

Gyroceras Jason Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
1 Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 52, fig. 2 — Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. 
I Rept. 25 (1900) p. 737, pi. 27, fig. 1. 

Rutoceras jason Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 285. 
Cyrtoceras (Rhyticer as) jason Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 
! (1903) p. 584. 

Ryticeras jason Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, 
vol. 2 (1910) p. 79, text fig. 1295. 

Schoharie and Onondaga: New York; and possibly the Jeffersonville of Kentucky. 

Ryticeras matheri (Conrad) = Halloceras matheri 
Ryticeras ohioense (Meek) 

Cyrtoceras ohioense Meek, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Pr. (1871) p. 86 — Whit- 
field, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 242. 

Cyrtoceratites ohioensis Meek, Ohio Geol. Survey, Rept., vol. 1, pt. 2, Pal. (1873) 
p. 229-230, pi. 23, figs. 2a, 2b— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) 
p. 69, 168— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 376. 

Columbus: central Ohio. 

Ryticeras spinosum (Conrad) = Cophinoceras spinosum 
Ryticeras trivolve (Conrad) 

Cyrtoceras trivolvis Conrad, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 4 (1840) p. 206. 

Gyroceras trivolvis Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 37 — N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 65; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 54, figs. 1-5, pi. 56, fig. 4; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 
(1879) p. 374-376, pi. 52, figs. 1-6, pi. 52a, figs. 1-7— Foord, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda 
in British Mus., pt. 2 (1891) p. 62-63— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 202, 328, text 
figs. 140, 141 — Baker [Stauffer], Ontario Bur. Mines, Ann. Rept., vol. 20, pt. 1 
(1911) p. 227— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 11— Stauffer, Can. 
Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 145. 

Orthocera paradoxica Eaton, Geological Text Book . . . , ed. 2 (1832) p. 29. [Not 
Orthocera paradoxica Sowerby, 1824.] 

Gyroceras (Zitteloceras) trivolve Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 599-600. 

Ryticeras trivolve Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 81, text figs. 1297, 1298. 

Ryticeras (Gyroceras) trivolve Goldring, N. Y. State Mus., Handb. 14 (1933) 
text fig. 26L. 

Onondaga: New York and Ontario. 



114 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Ryticeras (Gyroceras) trivolve (Conrad) = Ryticeras trivolve 

RUTOCERAS Hyatt = RYTICERAS 
Rutoceras jason (Hall) = Ryticeras jason 

SANDBERGEROCERAS ["SANDBERGEOCERAS"] Hyatt (Prolecanitidae) 
Genotype : Sandbergeroceras sandbergerorum Miller 

Sandbergeroceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 333 — 
Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 421 — Foord and Crick, 
Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 (1897) p. 242-243— Haug, Soc. geol. 
France, Mem., Pal., tome 7, no. 18 (1898) p. 24— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. 
Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 554 — Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich-Ungarns und 
Orients, Bd. 14 (1902) p. 62— Smith, U. S. Geol. Survey, Mon. 42 (1903) p. 19, 20, 21, 
24 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 27— Wedekind, 
Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 119, 129— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., 
Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 550— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 178-179. 

Triainoceras ["Triaenoceras"] Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) 
p. 336-337— Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 421— Foord 
and Crick, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 (1897) p. 242— Haug, 
Soc. geol. France, Mem., Pal., tome 7, no. 18 (1898) p. 24 — Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 554 — Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich-Ungarns 
und Orients., Bd. 14 (1902) p. 62— Smith, U. S. Geol. Survey, Mon. 42 (1903) p. 20, 
21, 24 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 27 — Smith, Zittel- 
Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 633 — Wedekind, Palaeontographica, 
Bd. 62 (1918) p. 119, 129— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) 
p. 550— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 178-179. 

Sandbergeroceras chemungense (Vanuxem) = Schindewolfoceras chemungense 

and S.? equicostatum 
Sandbergeroceras chemungense equicostatum (Hall) = Schindewolfoceras equi- 

costatum 
Sandbergeroceras? syngonum Clarke 

Goniatites chemungensis n. var. Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 16 (1885) p. 51. 

Sandbergeroceras syngonum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) 
p. 53 [nomen nudum]; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 53 [nomen 
nudum}; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 106-108, text figs. 79-81, pi. 6, 
fig. 23, pi. 7, figs. 19, 20 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke 
and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 650 — Clarke and Luther, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 60— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) 
p. 359, 361, 366, 370; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 359, 
361, 366, 370— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 18— Tilton, Am. Jour. 
Sci., 5th ser., vol. 17 (1929) p. 350— Ruedemann, Geol. Soc. Am., Mem. 2 (1934) 
p. 57— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315— Miller, Type in- 
vertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 47 (1936); Geol. Soc. 
Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 179-180, text fig. 37, pi. 36, figs. 9-11. 

Prolecanites syngonus Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) 
p. 27. 

Cashaqua and Middlesex shale members of Naples: New York; and possibly the Upper Devonian of 
Tygart Valley, W. Va. 

SCHINDEWOLFOCERAS Miller (Prolecanitidae) 
Genotype: Goniatites chemungensis Vanuxem 
Schindewolfoceras Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 181-182. 

Schindewolfoceras chemungense (Vanuxem) 

Goniatites chemungensis Vanuxem, Geol. N. Y., pt. 3, Comprising the survey of 
the third geological district (1842) p. 182, text fig. 49 (1)— Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, 
Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) p. 69, fig. 9, pi. 74, fig. 6; 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 115 

Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 467-469, pi. 69, fig. 9, pi. 74, fig. 6— Lesley, Pa. 
3eol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 255, text fig. 

Sandbergeroceras chemungense Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) 
d. 333— Karpinsky, Acad. Imp. Sci. St. Petersbourg, Bull., 5th ser., vol. 4 (1896) 
p. 191— Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 107-108, text fig. 82 
[also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 649— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 381; 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 381— Williams, U. S. 
Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 169 (1909) p. 6— Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, 
Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 432, 444, 511, 526— Clarke and Swartz, Md. 
Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 697-699, pi. 72, fig. 7— Chadwick, 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 320. 

Prolecanites chemungensis Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 381; 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 381— Frech, Fossilium 
Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 27. 

Schindewolfoceras chemungense Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 182-184, text fig. 38B, pi. 36, figs. 7, 8. 

Cayuta shale member of Chemung: near Owego, N. Y.; and possibly the Jennings of Maryland. 

"i Schindewolfoceras? equicostatum (Hall) 

Goniatites Chemungensis equicostatus Hall, Descriptions of new species of Goni- 

'atidae, with a list of previously described species (1874) p. 3-4; N. Y. State Mus. 

\Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 27 (1875) p. 135, 136; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of 

Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 69, fig. 10; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) 

p. 469, pi. 69, fig. 10. 

Sandbergeroceras Chemungense [part] Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 
(1899) p. 108 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]. 

Sandbergeroceras chemungense equicostatum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 649-650— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 
(1935) p. 320. 

Schindewolfoceras? equicostatum Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 184-185, pi. 36, fig. 12. 

Chemung: western New York or Pennsylvania. 

SPHYRADOCERAS Hyatt (Hercoceratidae) 
Genotype: Trochoceras clio Hall 

Sphyradoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 298; Am. 
Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 529; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 520, 
text fig. 1065; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 601, text fig. 1114— 
Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) 
p. 74— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) p. 371-372, 
pi. 41, figs. 3A-3D. 

Trochoceras [part] Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) 
p. 384. 

Sphyradoceras clio (Hall) 

Trochoceras clio Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 14 (1861) p. 108; 
N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 59, 
figs. 3-7 [part]; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 392-393, pi. 59, figs. 1-5, 9, pi. 61, 
fig. 6— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1890) p. 1127, text fig.— Grabau, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 189, 327, text fig. 115; Science, n. ser., vol. 23 (1906) 
p. 467; N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 18, pt. 2 (1908) p. 267. [Not Trochoceras clio 
Hall, 1862.] 

Trochoceras discoideum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda, pi. 59, figs. 1, 2. 

Sphyradoceras clio Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 298— 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 654-655— Grabau 
and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 74, text 
fig. 1288— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) p. 371-372, 



116 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

pi. 41, figs. 3A-3D; Ontario Dept. Mines, Ann. Rept. 37, pt. 6, appd. (1929) p. 74-71 
pi. 1, figs. 2A, 2B. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y.; and possibly equivalent beds in Michigan and tl 
Abitibi River of Ontario. 

Sphyradoceras discoideum (Hall) 

Trochoceras discoideum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the 
Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 36; N. Y. State Cab. 
Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 64; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 394-395, 
pi. 59, figs. 6-8— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327— Goldring, N. Y. 
State Mus., Handb. 14 (1933) text fig. 241. [Not Trochoceras discoideum Hall, 1876]. 

Trochoceras clio Hall, N. Y. State Cab., Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) pi. 9, 
fig. 8; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) 
pi. 59, figs. 3-7 [part]. 

Trochoceras (Sphyradoceras) discoideum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 655. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

SPORADOCERAS Hyatt (Cheiloceratidae) 

Genotype: Goniatites bidens Sandberger and Sandberger 

Sporadoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 321-322— 
Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 419 — Gurich, Russ.- 
kais. Min. Ges. St. Petersburg, Verh., 2d ser., Bd. 32 (1896) p. 347-348— Foord and 
Crick, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Museum, pt. 3 (1897) p. 127-128 — Hyatt, 
Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 551— Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. 
Oesterreich-Ungarns und Orients, Bd. 14 (1902) p. 79-80 — Wedekind, Neues Jahrb. 
f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 26 (1908) p. 593— Gurich, Leitfossilien des Devons, 
Leitfossilien (1909) p. 126— Smith, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) 
p. 631 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 31 — Wedekind, 
Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 147-148 — Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., 
Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 49 (1923) p. 339-340— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., 
Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 552— Matern, Preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 134 
(1931) p. 40-41— Miller and Flower, Jour. Geol., vol. 44 (1936) p. 751-754— Miller, 
Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 174-175. 

Sporadoceras milleri (Flower and Caster) 

Paralegocerasf milleri Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) 
p. 56-57, pi. 8, figs. 1, 2. 

Sporadoceras milleri Miller and Flower, Jour. Geol., vol. 44 (1936) p. 754-757, 
text figs. 1-3— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 175-176, pi. 37, figs. 5-7. 

Lower Conewango: Erie Co., Pa. 

SPYROCERAS Hyatt (Kionoceratidae) 

Genotype: Orthoceras crotalum Hall 

Spyroceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 276 — Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 369 — Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 519— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 
5 (1903) p. 82 — Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, 
vol. 2 (1910) p. 63— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 600— 
Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 2 (1915) p. 1180— Broili, Zittel-Broili 
Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 521 — Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. 
Lab., vol. 20 (1924) p. 225— Croneis, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 12 (1926) p. 191, 
192— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 22 (1927) p. 38; Denison 
Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 281-285— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., 
vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 25-26; Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 50, 51. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 117 

Spyroceras aegea (Hall) 

Orthoceras aegea Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 52; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 80; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 295-296, pi. 82, 
figs. 7-13— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 45— Luther, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 14— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., 
vol. 11, no. 1 (1914) p. 23, 91. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) aegea Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
65 (1903) p. 617. 

Spyroceras aegaea Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) 
p. 859. 

Marcellus, Hamilton, and Tully: New York. 

Spyroceras arenosum (Hall) 

Orthoceras arenosum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 480 — Grabau, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 325. 

Oriskany: Schoharie, N. Y. 

Spyroceras bipartitum (Hall) 

Orthoceras bipartitum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 313-314, pi. 113, 
figs. 20, 21— Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 21, no. 71 (1934) p. 74— Flower and Caster, 
Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 15. 

Spyroceras bipartium Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) 
p. 19— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 330. 

Conewango: Warren, Pa. 

Spyroceras caelamen (Hall) 

Orthoceras crotalum [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 42, fig. 10 [not 1-9, 11, 12]. 

Orthoceras nuntium [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 43, fig. 15 [not 4-14]. 

Orthoceras caelamen Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 298-299, pi. 42, fig. 
10, pi. 43, fig. 15, pi. 82, fig. 16, pi. 113, figs. 22, 23— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. 
P4 (1889) p. 544, text figs.— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) 
p. 51— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 128 (1909) p. 21; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 152 
(1911) p. 14. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) caelamen Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 620. 

Spyroceras caelamen Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) 
p. 15— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 26. 

Hamilton: New York and Pennsylvania. 

Spyroceras caldwellensis (Miller and Gurley) 

Orthoceras caldwellensis Miller and Gurley, 111. State Mus. Nat. Hist., Bull. 
11 (1896) p. 31-32, pi. 4, figs. 1, 2— Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. 
Rept. 25 (1900) p. 742-743. 

Middle? Devonian: Clarke Co., Indiana. 

Spyroceras clarkei Prosser 

Spyroceras clarkei Prosser, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian 
(1913) p. 86, 108, 317-318, pi. 41, figs. 9-11. 

Romney: Ernstville, Md. 



118 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Spyroceras? constrictum (Conrad) 

Orthoceras constrictum Conrad, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 2 (1838) p. Ill, 
117— Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 218, 289— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, 
Rept. P4 (1889) p. 545, text fig.— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 125— 
Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 20-21. [Not Orthoceras constrictum 

Vanuxem, 1842.] 

Hamilton: Madison, N. Y.; and possibly the Hamilton of Pennsylvania and the Marcellus of New York. 

Spyroceras crotalum (Hall) 

Orthoceras crotalum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 50; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 78, pi. 8, figs. 1, 2; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations 
of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 42, figs. 1-9, 11, 12 [not 10]; Pal. N. Y., 
vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 296-298, pi. 42, figs. 1-9, 11, 12, pi. 82, figs. 1-6, pi. 113, fig. 13— 
Williams, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 6 (1887) p. 28— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, 
Rept. P4 (1889) p. 546-547, text figs.— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
63 (1904) p. 48, 54— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 262, 331— Slocom, 
Field Columbian Mus., Pub. 113, geol. ser., vol. 2, no. 8 (1906) p. 265— Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 128 (1909) p. 19— Butts, Ala. Geol. Survey, Spec. Rept. 14 (1926) 
p. 151, 153. 

Spyroceras (Orthoceras) crotalum Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 
(1883) p. 276— Butts, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 14 (1927) p. 375. 

Spyroceras crotalum Keyes, Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ, vol. 11 (1891) p. 29 — 
Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc, Pr., vol. 32 (1894) p. 361, 582, text figs. 10-12— Prosser, 
Kindle, and Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 67, 
77, 86, 108 — Prosser and Kindle, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian 
(1913) p. 314, 315, pi. 41, figs. 1-5— Prosser, Jour. Geol., vol. 23 (1915) p. 15— Stauf- 
fer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 145, 236 — Cooper and Williams, Geol. 
Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 800, 806, 859— Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., 
vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) p. 19. 

(?) Orthoceras sp. c Girty, U. S. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 20, pt. 2 (1900) p. 63. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) crotalum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 622-623— Kindle, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 391 (1909) p. 36, pi. 10, 
fig. 12. 

Hamilton: New York and Pennsylvania; and possibly the Tully of New York, the Romney of West 
Virginia and Maryland, the Middle Devonian of Ontario, the Frog Mountain and Ragland of Alabama, 
and the Ouray of Colorado. 

Spyroceras (Orthoceras) crotalum (Hall) = Spyroceras crotalum 
Spyroceras? falsum Fenton and Fenton = Dawsonoceras falsum 
Spyroceras geneva (Clarke) 

Orthoceras geneva Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 13, vol. 1 (1894) p. 168, 
pi. 2, figs. 5-7— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) geneva Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
65 (1903) p. 626. 

Spyroceras geneva Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 26-27, pi. 1, 
fig. 9. 

Onondaga, and Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: New York. 

Spyroceras idmon (Hall) 

Orthoceras perelegans Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 52; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 80; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 222, 303. [Not 
Orthoceras perelegans Salter, 1848.] 

Orthoceras nuntium [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 43, figs. 11, 12 [not 4-10, 13, 15]. 

Orthoceras idmon Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 302-303, pi. 43, figs. 11, 12. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 119 

Spyroceras idmon Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) 
p. 859. 

Hamilton: Livingston and Madison counties, N. Y. ; and possibly the Tully of New York. 

Spyroceras incarceratum (Clarke) 

Orthoceras incarceratum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 13, vol. 1 (1894) 
p. 170-171, pi. 2, figs. 3, 4; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 135— Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 10. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) incarceratum Clarke and Rtjedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 627. 

Marcellus: western New York. 

Spyroceras iowaense (Miller) 

Orthoceras undulatum Owen, U. S. 28th Congress, 1st sess., Senate Ex. Doc. 407, 
serial set no. 437 (1844) p. 69, pi. 12, fig. 6. [Not Orthoceras undulatum Sowerby, 
1812.] 

Owen, U. S. 26th Congress, 1st sess., House Ex. Doc. 239, 

serial set no. 467 (1845) [not serial set no. 368, 1840] pi. 12 [opposite p. 80], fig. 6. 
[Illustration only, that is, no name accompanies the figure.] 

Orthoceras iowaense Miller, North American geology and palaeontology for the 
use of amateurs, students, and scientists (1889) p. 449. 

Cedar Valley?: east-central Iowa or adjacent part of Illinois. 

Spyroceras lima (Hall) 

Orthoceras lima Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 303-304, pi. 113, figs. 24,25— 
Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 135— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
152 (1911) p. 10 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 51. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) lima Clarke and Rtjedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 
(1903) p. 627. 

Hamilton and Marcellus: New York. 

Spyroceras multicinctum (Hall) 

Orthoceras multicinctum Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the 
Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 48; N. Y. State Cab. 
Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 76, pi. 7, figs. 2, 3; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustra- 
tions of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 43, figs. 1-3; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, 
pt. 2 (1879) p. 263-264, pi. 39, figs. 1-3— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) 
p. 553, text figs— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. [Not Orthoceras 
multicinctum Winchell, 1883.] 

Orthoceras (Cycloceras) multicinctum Clarke and Rtjedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 632. 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

Spyroceras nuntium (Hall) 

Orthoceras nuntium Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 51; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 79, pi. 8, figs. 3, 4; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations 
of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 43, figs. 4-10, 13, 14 [not 11, 12, 15]; 
Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 299-301, pi. 43, figs. 4-10, 13, 14, pi. 82, figs. 14, 15— 
Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 242— Williams, N. Y. State Geo!., 
Ann. Rept. 6 (1887) p. 28— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 543-544, 
text figs.— Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 5 (1891) p. 526-527, pi. 7, figs. 
1, 2; Ohio Geol. Survey, Rept., vol. 7 (1893) p. 425-426, pi. 3, figs. 1, 2— Grabau, 
Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 290, text fig. 225— Loomis, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 69 (1903) p. 915, 919, pi. 5, fig. 9— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 63 (1904) p. 48, 51, 54, 57— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 



120 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

(1909) p. 36, 69, 153, 169, 182— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 128 (1909) p. 19; 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 10, 12— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., 
Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 17— Stauf- 
fer, Canada Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 54. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) nuntium Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 633— Berger, Centr. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Jahrg. 1934, Abt. B 
(1934) p. 289-299, text fig. 1. 

Spyroceras nuntium Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 64, text fig. 1272— Prosser and Kindle, Md. Geol. Survey, 
Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 67, 108, 316-317, pi. 41, figs. 6-8— Stauffer, 
Canada Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 140, 142, 145, 148, 236, 248— Chadwick, Geol. 
Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 312 — Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., 
vol. 46 (1935) p. 800, 806, 808, 859— Willard, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 48 (1937) 
p. 1248— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 48 (1937) p. 1254— Flower, Bull. Am. 
Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 27-28, pi. 1, fig. 4. 

Hamilton and Tully : New York and Pennsylvania; and possibly the Marcellus of New York, the Romney 
of West Virginia and Maryland, and the Middle Devonian of Ohio, Ontario, and Germany. 

Spyroceras nuntoides (Clarke) 

Orthoceras nuntoides Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 13, vol. 1 (1894) 
p. 170, pi. 2, figs. 8, 9— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 46. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) nuntoides Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 632. 

Marcellus: western New York. 

Spyroceras Ontario (Clarke) 

Orthoceras Ontario Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 51-52, pi. 3, fig. 
1 — Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 544 — Clarke and Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 25— 
Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Cashaqua shale member of Naples: western New York. 

Spyroceras pertextum (Hall) 

Orthoceras pertextum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 314, pi. 90, figs. 16, 17— 
Millward, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 484 — Flower and Caster, Bull. 
Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1938) p. 16. 

Orthoceras (Spyroceras) pertextum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 636. 

Spyroceras pertextum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Naples: Ithaca, N. Y.; and possibly the Riceville at Meadville, Pa. 

Spyroceras pulcher (Parks) 

Orthoceras pulcher Parks, Ontario Bur. Mines, Rept. for 1904, vol. 13, pt. 1 (1904) 
p. 189-190, pi. 6, fig. 2. 

Devonian: Kwataboahegan River, Ontario. 

Spyroceras rhysum (Clarke) 

Kionoceras rhysum Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 107 (1907) p. 176, text figs.; 
N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 9, pt. 1 (1908) p. 33, 34, 35, 38, 43, 104, 114-115, 142, pi. 13, 
figs. 1-5; N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 9, pt. 2 (1909) p. 13, 21. 

Grand Greve: Grand Greve and Gaspe Forillon, Quebec; and possibly the St. Alban and Cape Bon Ami 
of Quebec, and the Dalhousie of Dalhousie, New Brunswick. 












CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 121 

Spyroceras rudens (Hall) 

Orthoceras rudens Hall, N. Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (118) 2, fig. 1 — 
Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 28, pi. 118, fig. 1 — Flower, Palaeon- 
tographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 51, 52. 

Orthoceras (Cycloceras) rudens Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
65 (1903) p. 638. 

Hamilton?: Livingston Co., N. Y. 

Spyroceras schucherti (Maynard) 

Orthoceras schucherti Maynard, Md. Geol. Survey, Lower Devonian (1930) p. 130, 
487-488, pi. 88, fig. 4. 

Orthoceras multiannulatum [nomen nudum] Swartz and Maynard, Md. Geol. 
Survey, Lower Devonian (1913) p. 157. 

Keyser: Cumberland, Md. 

Spyroceras sicinus (Hall) 

Orthoceras subulatum [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 38, figs. 1, 2 [not 3]. 

Orthoceras sicinus Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 301, pi. 38, figs. 1, 2— 
Branson [Bassler], Univ. Mo., Bull., sci. ser., vol. 2, no. 2 (1911) p. 27. 

Orthoceras vicinus Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 329. [Obviously 
a misprint and was intended to read Orthoceras sicinus.] 

Marcellus: Schoharie, N. Y. ; and possibly the Ohio at Oberlin, Ohio. 

Spyroceras staffordense (Clarke) 

Orthoceras staffordense Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 13, vol. 1 (1894) 
p. 169, pi. 2, figs. 1, 2; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 131— Clarke and Luther, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 45. 

Orthoceras (Kionoceras) staffordense Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 640. 

Stafford limestone member of Hamilton: western New York. 

Spyroceras tenuiannulatum (Hall) 

Orthoceras tenuiannulatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 3 (1859) p. 345, pi. 72, fig. 1 
[plates not published until 1861]. 

Spyroceras tenuiannulatum Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 
(1928) p. 285. 

New Scotland: Albany Co., N. Y. 

Spyroceras thestor (Hall) 

Orthoceras thestor Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 302, pi. 82, fig. 18— Tal- 
bot, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 16 (1903) p. 150— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
92 (1906) p. 329. 

Orthoceras (Cycloceras) thestor Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 643. 

Marcellus: Schoharie, Batavia, and Le Roy, N. Y. 

Spyroceras thoas (Hall) 

Orthoceras thoas Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 47; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 75, pi. 7, fig. 4; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of 
Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 41, figs. 1-9; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) 



122 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

p. 261-263, pi. 41, figs. 1-9, pi. 78B, fig. 5, pi. 79, fig. 13, pi. 80, figs. 7, 10, 11, pi. 112, 
figs. 7, 8— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) p. 560, text fig. — Kindle, Ind. 
Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 25 (1900) p. 741-742— Clarke and Luther, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) 
p. 118, 327, text fig. 112— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 34, 
36, 69, 72, 169— Grabau, Mich. Geol. and Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) 
p. 376— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 53— Goldring, N. Y. State 
Mus., Handb. 14 (1933) p. 88. 

Orthoceras hyas Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper Hel- 
derberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 48; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., 
Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 75, pi. 7, fig. 5— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1889) 
p. 551, text fig. 

Orthoceras (Dawsonoceras) thoas Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 643-645. 

Spyroceras thoas Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 64, text fig. 1271 — Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., 
Bull. 14, pt. 1 (1912) p. 11, fig. 2; Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 128, 140, 
142, 145, 148, 248; U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 197 (1915) p. 5, illus- 
tration 2, fig. 43— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 19. 

Orthoceras troas Williams, Ontario Bur. Mines, Ann. Rept., vol. 29, pt. 2 (1920) 
p. 25. [Obviously a misprint and was intended to read Orthoceras thoas.] 

Dawsonoceras thoas Flower and Caster, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 75 (1935) 
p. 11. 

Schoharie and Onondaga: New York; and possibly the Jeffersonville of southern Indiana, the Columbus 
of central Ohio, the Onondaga and Alpena of Ontario, and the Hamilton of Pennsylvania. 

Spyroceras walpolense (Whiteaves) 

Orthoceras walpolense Whiteaves, Ottawa Nat., vol. 12, no. 6 (1898) p. 125-126; 
Can. Geol. Survey, Pal. Foss., vol. 3, pt. 4 (1906) p. 324, pi. 33, fig. 3. 

Onondaga: Walpole and Cayuga townships, Ontario. 

STRIACOCERAS Flower (Kionoceratidae) 
Genotype: Orthoceras typum Saemann 
Striacoceras Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 28-29. 

Striacoceras kionoceroides Flower 

Striacoceras kionoceroides Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 40-41, 
pi. 2, fig. 5, pi. 9, fig. 5. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Stockbridge, N. Y. 

Striacoceras typum (Saemann) 

Marcellus orthocera Vanuxem, Geol. N. Y., pt. 3, Survey of third geol. district 
(1842) p. 147. [Not a Linnaean name.] 

Orthoceras typum Saemann, Palaeontographica, Bd. 3 (1854) p. 164-165, pi. 20, 
figs, la-le — Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda 
(1876) pi. 38, figs. 4-7, 9 [not 8, 10]; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 225— Flower, 
Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 20. 

Orthoceras marcellense Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) 
p. 106 — Miller, The American Palaeozoic fossils, A catalogue of the genera and 
species . . . , ed. 2 (1877) p. 175— Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 278-281, pi. 38, 
figs. 4-7, 9, pi. 83, figs. 1-10, 12, pi. 113, fig. 18— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 
(1901) p. 125— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 45— Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 209, 210, 252, 329, text fig. 154— Luther, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 11— Smith, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 171 (1914) p. 63— 
Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 13— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., 
Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91 — Foerste, Rept. Second Norwegian Arctic Expedition in 
"Fram" 1898-1902, no. 39, Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi i Oslo (1926) p. 5. 

Orthoceras (Kionoceras) marcellense Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus. 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 630-631. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 123 

Protokionoceras marcellense Grabatj and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 60-61, text fig. 1264 — Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, 
Mem. 34 (1915) p. 119, 121, 240— Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 
46 (1935) p. 806, 859. 

Striacoceras typum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 14-15, 29-35, 
pi. 2, figs. 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, pi. 3, figs. 1-7, pi. 4, figs. 3, 4, 7-9, pi. 5, figs. 1, 6, pi. 6, fig. 7, 
I pi. 7, fig. 2, pi. 8, fig. 7, pi. 9, figs. 3, 4, 11, 12. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: New York; and possibly the Hamilton and Tully of 
New York and the Middle Devonian of Ontario. 

Striacoceras typum alpha Flower 

Striacoceras typum alpha Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 34, 35-37, 
I pi. 3, fig. 2, pi. 4, fig. 8, pi. 6, fig. 7. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: New York. 

Striacoceras typum beta Flower 

Striacoceras typum beta Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 34, 37-38, 
; pi. 3, figs. 3-5, 7, pi. 4, fig. 7. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Stockbridge, Manlius, and Schoharie, N. Y. 

I Striacoceras typum delta Flower 

Striacoceras typum delta Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 34-35, 
39, pi. 3, fig. 6. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Stockbridge, N. Y. 

Striacoceras typum epsilon Flower 

Striacoceras typum epsilon Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 35, 
39-40, pi. 5, fig. 6, pi. 9, figs. 3, 11. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Manlius and Stockbridge, N. Y. 

Striacoceras typum gamma Flower 

Striacoceras typum gamma Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 34, 
38-39, pi. 3, fig. 1, pi. 4, fig. 9. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: New York. 

Tachoceras anderdonense Grabau = Mitroceras? anderdonense 

TETRAGONOCERAS Whiteaves (Centroceratidae) 

Genotype: Tetragonoceras gracile Whiteaves 

Tetragonoceras Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1891) p. 105— 
Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 525; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., 
vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 606— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) 
p. 527. 

Tetragonoceras gracile Whiteaves 

Tetragonoceras gracile Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1891) p. 105, 
pi. 8, figs. 2a, 2b; Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 4 (1892) p. 345. 

Winnipegosis: Dawson Bay, Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba. 

TETRANODOCERAS Flower (Ryticeratidae) 
Genotype: Cyrtoceras transverssum Hall 
Tetranodoceras Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 41-42. 



124 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Tetranodoceras constrictum (Meek and Worthen) 

Gyroceras? constrictum Meek and Worthen, 111. Geol. Survey, vol. 3 (1868) 
p. 446-447, pi. 12, figs, la, lb. 

Tetranodoceras constrictum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 42. 

Hamilton: Jackson Co., 111. 

Tetranodoceras ornatum (Savage) 

Rhyticeras ornata Savage, 111. Acad. Sci., Tr., vol. 14 (1922) p. 205-206, pi. 4, 
fig. 1. 

Wapsipinicon: Sears, 111. 

Tetranodoceras submamillatum (Whiteaves) 

Nautilus or Gyroceras sp. Billings, in Hind, Report on the Assiniboine and Sas- 
katchewan Exploring Expedition (1859) p. 187. 

Gyroceras submamillatum Whiteaves, Royal Soc. Can., Tr., vol. 8, sec. 4 (1891) 
p. 107-108, pi. 10, figs. 1, la; Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 4 (1892) 
p. 346 — Tyrrell, Can. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 5, sec. E (1892) p. 163 — Kindle, 
Ottawa Nat., vol. 26, no. 2 (1912) p. 110; Can. Geol. Survey, Summ. Rept. for 1912 
(1914) p. 225. 

Winnipegosis: Manitoba. 

Tetranodoceras transversum (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras transversum Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) 
p. 104. 

Gyroceras transversum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 57, figs. 1-4; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 384-385, pi. 56, 
figs. 1-4— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 599. 

Gomphoceras transversum Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 125. 

Tetranodoceras transversum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 42- 
46, pi. 2, fig. 8, pi. 6, figs. 1-5, pi. 7, fig. 1. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: New York. 

Thoracoceras wilsoni Clarke = Casteroceras alternatum 

TIMANITES Mojsisovics (Manticoceratidae) 

Genotype: Timanites keyserlingi Miller 

Timanites Mojsisovics, Kaiser. -k. geol. Reichst., Abh., Bd. 10 (1882) p. 183, 
184— Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 416, 418— Foord 
and Crick, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 (1897) p. 59, 61 — Haug, 
Soc. geol. France, Mem., Pal., tome 7, no. 18 (1898) p. 45, 46 — Holzapfel, Mem. 
Com. Geol. [Russie], vol. 12, no. 3 (1899) p. 41-43— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. 
Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 550 — Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich-Ungarns und 
Orients, Bd. 14 (1902) p. 59 — Gurich, Leitfossilien des Devons, Leitfossilien (1909) 
p. 127— Smith, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 631— Frech, Fos- 
silium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 25 — Wedekind, Ges. naturf. Freunde 
Berlin, Sitz., Jahrg. 1913 (1913) p. 47; Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 127— 
Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1934) p. 550— Smith, U. S. Geol. 
Survey, Prof. Pap. 167 (1932) p. 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 34— Schindewolf, Deutsch. geol. 
Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 88 (1937) p. 691— Miller and Warren, Jour. Pal., vol. 10 (1936) 
p. 632-634— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 130-131. 

Timanites (Probeloceras) naplesense (Clarke) = Neomanticoceras naplesense 
Timanites occidentalis Miller and Warren 

Timanites occidentalis Miller and Warren, Jour. Pal., vol. 10 (1936) p. 634-636, 
text figs. 4-6— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 131-132, text fig. 27A, 
pi. 29, figs. 4, 5. 

Minnewanka: Jasper Park, Alberta. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 125 

Timanites (Probeloceras) Lutheri (Clarke) = Probeloceras lutheri 
Timanites (Probeloceras) lynx (Clarke) = Eobeloceras iynx 

TORNOCERAS Hyatt (Tornoceratidae) 
Genotype: Goniatites uniangularis Conrad 

Tornoceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 320-321— Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 418, text fig. 571— Frech, 
Deutsch. geol. Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 39 (1887) p. 442— Beecher, Am. Jour. Sci., 3d 
ser., vol. 40 (1890) p. 72— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4 (1890) p. 1189— Frech, 
Deutsch. geol. Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 45 (1893) p. 333 — Gurich, Russ.-kais. Min. Ges. 
St. Petersburg, Verh., 2d ser., Bd. 32 (1896) p. 335 — Holzapfel, K. preuss. geol. 
Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 16 (1895) p. 80-85— Foord and Crick, Cat. foss. Cepha- 
lopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 (1897) p. 91-92— Holzapfel, Mem. Com. Geol., vol. 
12, no. 3 (1899) p. 14— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50, vol. 2 (1899) p. 109- 
111, 121-122, text figs. 84, 85 [also issued as N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16]— Gra- 
bau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 296— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 551 — Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich-Ungarns 
und Orients, Bd. 14 (1902) p. 45-46— Smith, U. S. Geol. Survey, Mon. 42 (1903) p. 19, 
20, 21, 23, 56, 57, 58, 115— Wedekind, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 
26 (1908) p. 577— Gurich, Leitfossilien des Devons, Leitfossilien (1909) p. 124— 
Grabatj and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) 
p. 135— Wedekind, Centr. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Jahrg. 1910 (1910) p. 768-771— 
Smith, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 630, text fig. 1174— Frech, 
Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 15 — Dybczynski, Kosmos, rocznik 
38 (1913) p. 518-519— Wedekind, Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 135-137— 
Shannon, Devon. Assoc, Tr., vol. 53 (1921) p. 249-250 — Schindewolf, Sencken- 
bergiana, Bd. 4, Heft 6 (1922) p. 189— Broili, Zittel-Broili Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, 
Bd. 2, ed. 6 (1924) p. 550— Matern, Preuss. Geol. Land., Abh., N. F., Heft 134 (1931) 
p. 26— Schindewolf, Preuss. Geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 148 (1933) p. 103; 
Deutsch. geol. Ges., Zeitschr., Bd. 88 (1937) p. 689; Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. 
Pap. 14 (1938) p. 140-144. 

Epitornoceras Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich-Ungarns und Orients, 
Bd. 14 (1902) p. 51-53; Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 19— 
Wedekind, Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 117 — Schindewolf, Preuss. geol. 
Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft. 148 (1933) p. 103— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 
(1938) p. 140. [Genotype, Goniatites mithracoides Frech.] 

Parodoceras ["Parodiceras"] Hyatt (subgenus) Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., 
vol. 22 (1883) p. 319-320— Zittel, Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) 
p. 418— Holzapfel, K. preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft. 16 (1895) p. 80-85— 
Foord and Crick, Cat. foss. Cephalopoda in British Mus., pt. 3 (1897) p. 91, 92 — 
Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 109-110, 121 [also issued as N. Y. 
State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50, vol. 2]— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) 
p. 551— Smith, U. S. Geol. Survey, Mon. 42 (1903) p. 20, 21, 23, 56, 57, 72, 73; Zittel- 
Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 631— Matern, Preuss. geol. Landes., 
Abh., N. F., Heft 134 (1931) p. 26— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 142-143. [Genotype, Goniatites discoideus Hall.] [Not Parodiceras Wedekind, 
1913, 1918.] 

Protornoceras Dybczynski (subgenus) Kosmos, rocznik 38 (1913) p. 512-513 — 
Wedekind, Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 138— Schindewolf, Senckenbergi- 
ana, Bd. 4, Heft 6 (1922) p. 188— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 142, 
143. [Genotype, Protornoceras polonicum Dybczynski.] 

Pernoceras Schindewolf [synonym of Protornoceras] Senckenbergiana, Bd. 4, 
Heft 6 (1922) p. 188; Neues Jahrb. f . Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 49 (1923) p. 310— 
Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 142. [Genotype, Tornoceras kochi 
Wedekind.] 

Polonoceras Dybczynski (subgenus) Kosmos, rocznik 38 (1913) p. 519-520 — 
Wedekind, Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 137— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., 
Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 142, 144. [Genotype, Polonoceras planum Dybczynski.] 

Aulatornoceras Schindewolf (subgenus) Senckenbergiana, Bd. 4, Heft 6 (1922) 
p. 188— Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 142, 144. [Genotype, 
Goniatites auris Quenstedt.] 



126 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

TORNOCERAS (PERNOCERAS) Schindewolf = 
TORNOCERAS (PROTORNOCERAS) 

Tornoceras bicostatum (Hall) = Tornoceras (Aulatornoceras) bicostatum 
Tornoceras (Aulatornoceras) bicostatum (Hall) 

Goniatites bicostatus Hall, Geol. N. Y., pt. IV, Comprising the survey of the 
fourth geological district (1843) p. 246, text fig. 107 (8) ; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., 
Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) p. 103, text figs. 19, 20— Lincklaen, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 14, appd. B (1861) pi. 16, fig. 11— Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illus- 
trations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 72, figs. 8-10 [not 6, 7], pi. 74, 
fig. 1 [part]; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 450-453, pi. 72, figs. 8-10, pi. 74, fig. 1— 
Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 49 — Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. 
P4, vol. 1 (1889) p. 255, text fig. — Whitfield and Hovey, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., 
Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 328-329— Houghton, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 
(1914) p. 91. 

Tornoceras bicostatum Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 321 — 
Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 54; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 
49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 54; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 118-120, text figs. 
97-99, pi. 8, figs. 4-13 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and 
Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 651-652— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., 
Mem. 6 (1904) p. 346, text fig. 16; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 
(1905) p. 346, text fig. 16 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) 
p. 18-19— Burgess, Mus. Comp. Zool., Bull., Vol. 72 (1931) p. 200— Chadwick, Geol. 
Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 317, 
322, 325. 

Goniatites (Tornoceras) bicostatus Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 
(1899) p. 297-298, text fig. 232. 

Tornoceras (Aulatornoceras) bicostatum Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of 
North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 45 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 
(1938) p. 167-170, text fig. 35, pi. 14, figs. 4, 5, pi. 30, figs. 1-10, pi. 32, figs. 1-4. 

Naples, Chemung, and Canadaway (Gowanda member): New York; and possibly the Kiln shale o 
Alberta. 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) buttsi Miller 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) buttsi Miller, Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 
147-148, text fig. 31, pi. 33, fig. 1. 

Onondaga: near Newcastle, Va.; and possibly the basal part of the Romney of Maryland. 

Tornoceras crebriseptum Raymond = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) crebriseptum and 

Raymondiceras simplex 
Tornoceras (Tornoceras) crebriseptum Raymond 

Cheiloceras 2 spp. Raymond [Holzapfel], Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 23 (1907) 
p. 118, 120. 

Cheiloceras or Tornoceras sp. Raymond, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 23 (1907) 
p. 119. 

Tornoceras crebriseptum Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 153-154, 
text fig. 4, pi. 8, figs. 5-7 [not 8]— Haynes, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 10 (1916) p. 27— 
Schindewolf, Neues Jahrb. f. Min., Geol. und Pal., Beil.-Bd. 72, Abt. B (1934) 
p. 333-335, text fig. 1. 

Tornoceras sp. Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 154-155, text fig. 5, 
pi. 8, fig. 4; Int. Zool. Cong., Seventh, Pr., advance print (1910) p. 2; Int. Zool. Cong., 
Seventh, Pr. (1912) p. 742. 

Tornoceras douglassi Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 155-156, 
text fig. 6, pi. 8, figs. 9-14— Haynes, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 10 (1916) p. 27. 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) crebriseptum Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North 
America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 37 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 149-151, text fig. 32, pi. 38, figs. 7-16. 

Three Forks: Three Forks, Montana. 






CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 127 

Tornoceras discoideum (Hall) = Tornoceras (Parodoceras) discoideum and Torno- 

ceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 
Tornoceras (Parodoceras) discoideum (Hall) 

Goniatites sinuosus [part] Hall, Geol. N. Y., pt. 4, Comprising the survey of the 
fourth geological district (1843) p. 244, 246. 

Goniatites discoideus Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) 
p. 97-98, text figs. 3-5 [not 6]— Lincklaen, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 
14, appd. B (1861) pi. 11A, figs. 1, 2 — Hall, Descriptions of new species of Goniatidae, 
with a list of previously described species (1874) p. 4 [part]; N. Y. State Mus. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 27 (1875) p. 136 [part]; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devo- 
nian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 71, figs. 2-6, 8, 9 [not 1, 7, 10-13], pi. 74, fig. 3; 
Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 441-444, pi. 71, figs. 2-6, 8, 9 [not 1-7, 10, 13], pi. 74, 
fig. 3 [not 4]— Williams, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 6 (1887) p. 28— Kindle, 
Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 2, no. 6 (1896) p. 17— Whitfield and Hovey, Am. Mus. Nat. 
Hist., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 330-331 [part]— Talbot, Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 
16 (1903) p. 150— Grabau [Prosser and Rowe?], N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) 
p. 294— Williams, U. S. Geol. Survey, Prof. Pap. 79 (1913) p. 12— Savage, Ky. 
I Geol. Survey, 6th ser., vol. 36 (1931) p. 228. 

Parodoceras ["Parodiceras"] discoideum Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., 

vol. 22 (1883) p. 320 [part]— Beecher, Am. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. 40 (1890) p. 72 

! [part]— Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 109-110, 121, text fig. 

■ 84 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) 

I p. 125— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 646-647 [part]— 

( Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 211, 212, text fig. 158— Grabau and 

I Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 138, text fig. 

1391— Kindle, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 508 (1912) p. 47, 106— Swartz, Md. Geol. 

I Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 91 — Swartz and Prosser, Md. Geol. 

J Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 108 — Prosser and Kindle, Md. 

; Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian, p. 323-326, pi. 42, fig. 7 [not 8]— Stauf- 

fer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 168, 172, 179, 237— Reger, W. Va. Geol. 

I Survey, County Repts., Mineral and Grant counties (1924) p. 750 — Goldring, 

: N. Y. State Mus., Handb. 14 (1933) text fig. 27G— Cooper and Williams, Geol. 

Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 859— Goldring, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 303 (1935) 

p. 152, 156, 158, 172, text fig. 57M— Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22 (1936) p. 280, 284. 

Tornoceras discoideum Holzapfel, K. preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft. 16 

(1895) p. 81-85— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 46— 

Kindle, Jour. Geol., vol. 14 (1906) p. 189— Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 128 

(1909) p. 16; N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 137 (1910) p. 20— Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, 

Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 18 [part]. 

Goniatites (Parodiceras) discoideus Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) 
p. 329. 

Agoniatites discoideus Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 69, 

168— Grabau [Stauffer] Mich. Geol. Biol. Survey, Publ. 12, geol. ser. 9 (1913) p. 376. 

Tornoceras (Parodoceras) discoideum Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North 

America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 36 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 

p. 144-147, text fig. 30B, pi. 32, figs. 11-16. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: central New York; and possibly the Naples of New York, 
the Genesee of Pennsylvania, the Tully of New York, the Hamilton of New York and Ontario, the 
Marcellus of New York and West Virginia, and the Onondaga of Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, 
and Ohio. 

Tornoceras douglassi Raymond = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) crebriseptum 
Tornoceras edwin-halli Clarke = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) edwin-halli 
Tornoceras (Tornoceras) edwin-halli Clarke 

Tornoceras edwin-halli Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. Ill, 
text fig. 85 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]— Clarke and Ruede- 
mann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 652— Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, 
Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 18— Chad-wick, Geol. Soc. Am., Pr. for 1933 (1934) p. 350; 
Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 327. 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) edwin-halli Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North 



128 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 38 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 151-152, pi. 31, figs. 10, 11. 

Chagrin or Volusia member of Conneaut: Nile, N. Y. 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) iowaense Miller 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) iowaense Miller, Pan. -Am. Geol., vol. 65 (1936) p. 337 
[nomen nudum]; Iowa Acad. Sci., Pr., vol. 43 (1938) p. 231, 234, pi. 1, figs. 13-15 [nomen 
nudum]) Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 152-153, pi. 34, fig. 5, pi. 35, figs. 7, 8. 

Cedar Valley limestone: Linn Co., Iowa. 

Tornoceras mithrax (Hall) = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) mithrax 

Tornoceras (Epitornoceras) mithrax (Hall) = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) mithrax 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) mithrax (Hall) 

Goniatites mithrax Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) p. 98, 
text fig. 7; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) 
pi. 69, fig. 7, pi. 74, fig. 14; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 433-434, pi. 69, fig. 7, 
pi. 74, fig. 14— Whitfield and Hovey, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) 
p. 330-331. 

Tornoceras mithrax Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 321- 
Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 169. 

Tornoceras (Epitornoceras) mithrax Frech, Beitr. Pal. und Geol. Oesterreich- 
Ungarns und Orients, Bd. 14 (1902) p. 51; Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 
(1913) p. 19. 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) mithrax Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North 
America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 39 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 153-154, pi. 25, figs. 9, 10. 

Columbus: Columbus, Ohio. 

Tornoceras Ohioense (Hall and Whitfield) = Tornoceras (Tornoceras?) whitfieldi 
Tornoceras? (Tornoceras?) orbicella (Hall) 

Goniatites orbicella Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 (1860) p. 99, 
text fig. 8; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 447. 

Tornoceras? (Tornoceras?) orbicella Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North 
America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 40 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 154-155, pi. 14, fig. 18. 

Hamilton: Ludlowville, N. Y. 

Tornoceras peracutum (Hall) = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) peracutum 

Tornoceras (Epitornoceras) peracutum (Hall) = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) peracutum 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) peracutum (Hall) 

Goniatites peracutus Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 69, fig. 8, pi. 74, fig. 13; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 463- 
464, pi. 69, fig. 8, pi. 74, fig. 13— Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 50. 

Tornoceras peracutum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 54; 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 54; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 
(1899) p. 118, text fig. 96 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50)— Clarke 
and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 652— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., 
Mem. 6 (1904) p. 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 361— 
Raymond, Carnegie Mus., Ann., vol. 5 (1909) p. 156. 

Tornoceras (Epitornoceras) peracutum Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, 
pars 1 (1913) p. 19. 

Parodiceras? peracutum Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) peracutum Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North 
America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 41 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 155-156, pi. 31, figs. 1, 2. 

Naples: Ithaca, N. Y. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 129 

Tornoceras rhysum Clarke = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) rhysum Clarke 
Tornoceras (Tornoceras) rhysum Clarke 

Tornoceras rhysum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 121, text 
fig. 100, pi. 8, fig. 14 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and 
Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 652— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., 
Mem. 6 (1904) p. 361; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 361— 
Frech, Fossilium Cataiogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 19— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. 
Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 320. 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) rhysum Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North 
America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 42 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) 
p. 156-157, text fig. 33, pi. 30, fig. 11. 

Hanover shale member of Chemung: Java, N. Y. 

Tornoceras simplex (von Buch) [part] = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 
Tornoceras uniangulare (Conrad) = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 
Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare (Conrad) 

Goniatites uniangularis Conrad, Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci., Jour., vol. 8 
(1842) p. 268, pi. 16, fig. 4— Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 (I860) 
p. 98, text fig. 6 (bis) ; Descriptions of new species of Goniatidae, with a list of pre- 
viously described species (1874) p. 4 — Nicholson, Report upon the palaeontology of 
the Province of Ontario (1875) p. 83— Hall, N. Y. State Mus. Nat. Hist., Ann. 
Rept. 27 (1875) p. 136; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cepha- 
lopoda (1876) pi. 71, fig. 14, pi. 74, fig. 2— Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 
444-446, pi. 71, fig. 14, pi. 72, figs. 6, 7, pi. 74, fig. 2— Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, 
Bull. 16 (1885) p. 48— Hall, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 5 (1886) pi. (127) 12, fig. 
10— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 39, pi. 127, fig. 10— Whiteaves, 
Can. Geol. Survey, Contr. Can. Pal., vol. 1, pt. 5 (1898) p. 417 — Whitfield and 
Hovey, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 330-331— Houghton, Buffalo 
Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 11 (1914) p. 91. 

Goniatites discoideus [part] Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 13 
(1860) p. 97-98, text fig. 6 [not 3-5] ; Descriptions of new species of Goniatidae, with 
a list of previously described species (1874) p. 4; N. Y. State Mus., Nat. Hist., Ann. 
Rept. 27 (1875) p. 136; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, Cephalo- 
poda (1876) pi. 71, figs. 1, 7, 10-13 [not 2-6, 8, 9]; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 441- 
444, pi. 71, figs. 1, 7, 10-13 [not 2-6, 8, 9], pi. 74, fig. 4 [not 3]— Clarke, U. S. Geol. 
Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 48— Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Ann. Rept. 5 (1886) pi. 127 
(12), figs. 11, 12— Beecher, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2, suppl. (1888) p. 39, pi. 127, figs. 
11, 12— Whitfield and Hovey, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., Bull., vol. 11 (1900) p. 330-331. 

Goniatites bicostatus [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 72, figs. 6, 7 [not 8-10]. 

Parodoceras ["Parodiceras"] discoideum [part] Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 
Proc, vol. 22 (1883) p. 320— Beecher, Am. Jour. Sci., 3d ser. (1890) vol. 40, p. 72— 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 646-647— Kindle, 
Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 323-326, pi. 42, fig. 8 [not 7]. 

Tornoceras uniangulare Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 321 — 
Beecher, Am. Jour. Sci., 3d ser., vol. 40 (1890) p. 71-75, pi. 1, figs. 1-14— Clarke, 
N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) p. 38, 54, 66, 73, 79, 80; N. Y. State Mus., 
Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 38, 54, 66, 73, 79, 80; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 
(1899) p. 111-116, text figs. 86-95, pi. 8, figs. 15, 16 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., 
Ann. Rept. 50]— N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 135-136— Loomis, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 69 (1903) p. 916, 919, pi. 5, fig. 3— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 652-653— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 
(1904) p. 48, 51, 57, 61, 62— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 361, 
370, 381; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361, 370, 381— 
Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 128 (1909) p. 19, 31— Grabau and Shimer, North 
American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 135, text figs. 1389d, 1389e— 
Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 152 (1911) p. 10, 12, 13— Kindle, Jour. Geol., vol. 
19 (1911) p. 348— Swartz, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 179 (1912) 
p. 11, 12— Prosser, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 371, 
372— Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) p. 412, 413, 
444— Clarke and Swartz, Md. Geol. Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian (1913) 



130 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

p. 696-697, pi. 72, fig. 6— Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 
18— Williams, Int. Geol. Cong., Twelfth, Guide Book 4 (1913) p. 102, 110— Luther, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 172 (1914) p. 14, 21, 23, 25, 27, 28— Williams, Can. Geol. 
Survey, Summ. Rept. for 1912 (1914) p. 284— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 
34 (1915) p. 145, 161, 168, 172, 179, 182, 226, 237; Jour. Geol., vol. 24 (1916) p. 478, 483— 
Grabau, Jour. Geol., vol. 25 (1917) p. 342— Butts, Va. Geol. Survey, Bull. 27 (1927) 
p. 10— Tilton, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 17 (1929) p. 350— Stewart, Ohio Jour. 
Sci., vol. 30 (1930) p. 56, pi. 1, figs. 8, 9— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 
(1935) p. 313, 318— Cooper and Williams, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) 
p. 859. 

Goniatites astarte Clarke, U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 16 (1885) p. 29, pi. 2, figs. 9, 
10— Lesley, Pa. Geol. Survey, Rept. P4, vol. 1 (1889) p. 254, text fig. 

Tornoceras simplex [part] Holzapfel, K. preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., 
Heft 16 (1895) p. 95. 

Tornoceras uniangulare obesum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 (1897) 
p. 54 [nomen nudum}; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 54 [nomen 
nudmn]; N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 116, pi. 8, fig. 17 [also issued as 
N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 653— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 61— 
Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 358, 361, 371; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. 
Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 358, 361, 371— Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, 
Animalia, pars 1 (1913) p. 18 — Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 315. 

Tornoceras uniangulare compressum Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 15 
(1897) p. 54 [nomen nudum]; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 49, vol. 2 (1898) p. 54; 
N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 116-118, pi. 8, fig. 18 [also issued as N. Y. 
State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50] — Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 
(1903) p. 653— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 59— Clarke, 
N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 359, 361, 371; N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, 
vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 359, 361, 371 — Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 
1 (1913) p. 18— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 311. 

Goniatites (Tornoceras) uniangularis Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., Bull., vol. 6 
(1899) p. 296-297, text fig. 231. 

Goniatites (Tornoceras) uniangularis obesum Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., 
Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 297. 

Goniatites (Tornoceras) uniangularis compressum Grabau, Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci., 
Bull., vol. 6 (1899) p. 297. 

Tornoceras uniangulare astarte Loomis, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 69 (1903) p. 916- 
917, 919, pi. 5, figs. 1, 2— Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 
57— Chadwick, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 46 (1935) p. 313, 318. 

Tornoceras discoideum [part] Frech, Fossilium Catalogus, I, Animalia, pars 1 
(1913) p. 18. 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare Miller, Pan-Am. Geol., vol. 65 (1936) p. 
336-337; Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 43 
(1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 48 (1937) p. 1254; Iowa Acad. Sci., Pr., vol. 43 
(1938) p. 231, pi. 1, fig. 16; Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 157-166, text figs. 
30C, 34, pi. 31, figs. 5-9, pi. 32, figs. 5-10, pi. 33, figs. 3-6, pi. 34, figs. 1-4, pi. 35, figs. 
1-3, 5, 6. 

Late Middle and early Upper Devonian (Marcellus to Naples) : New York, Ontario, Pennsylvania, West 
Virginia, Virginia, Ohio, Iowa, Michigan, and Alberta. 

Tornoceras uniangulare astarte (Clarke) = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 

Tornoceras uniangulare compressum Clarke = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 

Tornoceras uniangulare obesum Clarke = Tornoceras (Tornoceras) uniangulare 

Tornoceras whitfieldi Miller = Tornoceras (Tornoceras?) whitfieldi 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras?) whitfieldi Miller 

Goniatites discoideus ohioensis Hall and Whitfield, Description of new species 
of fossils, from the vicinity of Louisville, Kentucky, and the Falls of the Ohio (1872) 
p. 13 [a nomen nudum ascribed to Hall]; N. Y. State Mus. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 24 
(1872) p. 200 [a nomen nudum ascribed to Hall]; N. Y. State Mus. Nat. Hist., Ann. 
Rept. 27 (1875) pi. 13, figs. 18, 19— Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. 
Rept. 25 (1901) p. 744. [Not Goniatites ohiensis Winchell, 1871.] 






CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 131 

Tornoceras Ohioense Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 117, 121 
[also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]. 

Tornoceras whitfieldi Miller, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 24 (1932) p. 331. 

Tornoceras (Tornoceras?) whitfieldi Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North 
America (Devonian), Ammonoidea 44 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Paper 14 (1938) 
p. 167, pi. 31, figs. 3, 4. 

Sellersburg limestone: Falls of Ohio; and possibly Lexington, Ind. 

TREMATOCERAS Whitfield = TYLORTHOCERAS 

Trematoceras ohioense Whitfield = Tylorthoceras ohioense 

TRIAINOCERAS ["TRIAENOCERAS"] Hyatt = SAN DBERGEROC 'ERAS 

TRIGONOCLYMENIA Schindewolf = PLATYCLYMENIA 

(TRIGONOCLYMENIA ) 

TRIPLEUROCERAS Hyatt (Jovellanidae) 
Genotype: Orthoceras archiaci Barrande 

Tripleuroceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 289 — Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 370— Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman 
Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 529; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 
610— Bassler, U. S. Nat. Mus., Bull. 92, vol. 2 (1915) p. 1294— Foerste, Denison 
Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab. vol. 21 (1925) p. 5, 308-311, pi. 32, figs. 4A-4D, pi. 33, 
figs. 2A-3C. 

Jovellania [part] Foord, Cat. Foss. Ceph. in British Mus., pt. 1 (1888) p. 326. 

Tripleuroceras boreale Foerste 

Tripleuroceras boreale Foerste, Ontario Dept. Mines, Ann. Rept. 37, vol. 39, 
pt. 6 (1929) p. 72, pi. 1, figs. 3A-3C. 

Abitibi River: French River, Ontario. 

Trochoceras anderdonense Grabau = Mitroceras? anderdonense 

Trochoceras barrandei Hall = Naedyceras? barrandei 

Trochoceras biton Hall = Tyrrelloceras? biton 

Trochoceras clio Hall = Sphyradoceras clio and S. discoideum 

Trochoceras discoideum Hall = Sphyradoceras discoideum and S. clio 

Trochoceras (Sphyradoceras) discoideum Hall = Sphyradoceras discoideum 

Trochoceras eugenium Hall = Naedyceras eugenium 

Trochoceras expansum Hall = Naedyceras? expansum 

Trochoceras gebhardii Hall = Trochoceras gebhardii 

Trochoceras obliquatum Hall = Naedyceras? obliquatum and N.? expansum 

Trochoceras orion (Hall) = Naedyceras olenus 

Trochoceras pandion Hall = Naedyceras? pandion 

TURNOCERAS Foerste (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Cyrtoceras turnus Barrande 

Turnoceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) p. 342, 
pi. 53, figs. 2A-2C — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 41. 

Turnoceras absens (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras absens Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 47, figs. 7, 8. 



132 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Gomphoceras absens [part] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 324-325, pi. 46, 
figs. 8, 9— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 589-590— 
Clarke and Luther, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 63 (1904) p. 42— Grabatj, N. Y. State 
Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327 — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 69-70. 

Turnoceras absens Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 41-43, pi. 4, figs. 18, 19. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. ; and possibly the Onondaga of New York. 

TYLORTHOCERAS Miller (Orthocerotidae) 
Genotype: Trematoceras ohioense Whitfield 

Trematoceras Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 205 — Miller, 
North American geology and palaeontology for the use of amateurs, students, and 
scientists (1889) p. 455— Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 5 (1891) p. 528; 
Ohio Geol. Survey, Rept., vol. 7 (1893) p. 426-427— Grab atj and Shimer, North 
American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 55. [Not Trematoceras Eich- 
wald, 1851; nor Trematoceras Hyatt, 1883.] 

Tylorthoceras Miller, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 24 (1932) p. 330. 

Tylorthoceras ohioense (Whitfield) 

Trematoceras ohioense Whitfield, N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 2 (1882) p. 206, 
242; N. Y. Acad. Sci., Ann., vol. 5 (1891) p. 528-529, pi. 10, figs. 3, 4; Ohio Geol. 
Survey, Rept., vol. 7 (1893) p. 427, pi. 6, figs. 3, 4— Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, 
4th ser., Bull. 10 (1909) p. 169 — Grabatj and Shimer, North American index fossils, 
Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 55, text figs. 1254c, 1254d — Grabatj, Mich. Geol. and 
Biol. Survey, geol. ser. 9, Pub. 12 (1913) p. 358 — Stauffer, Ohio Geol. Survey, Mem. 
34 (1915) p. 248— Sherzer, U. S. Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas of U. S., folio 205 (1917) 
p. 7. 

Tylorthoceras ohioense Miller, Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., vol. 24 (1932) p. 330. 

Columbus: central Ohio; and possibly the Dundee of southern Michigan and the Onondaga of Ontario. 

TYRRELLOCERAS Foerste (Orthocerotidae) 

Genotype: Trochoceras insigne Whiteaves 

Tyrrelloceras Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1925) p. 
56-57; Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 22 (1927) p. 59. 

Tyrrelloceras? auriculum (Parks) 

Hercoceras auriculum Parks, Ontario Bur. Mines, Rept. for 1904, vol. 13, pt. 1 
(1904) p. 190, pi. 6, figs. 5, 6. 

[Note: This species appears to be congeneric with Trochoceras biton Hall, and 
these two forms, although somewhat similar to the genotype of Tyrrelloceras, prob- 
ably are generically distinct from it.] 

Middle? Devonian: Kwataboahegan River, Ontario. 

Tyrrelloceras? biton (Hall) 

Trochoceras biton Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 395-396, pi. Ill, fig. 7 — 
Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) p. 654— Grabatj, N. Y. 
State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327. 

[Note: This species appears to be congeneric with Hercoceras auriculum Parks, 
and these two forms, although somewhat similar to the genotype of Tyrrelloceras, 
probably are generically distinct from it.] 

Schoharie: Schoharie and Albany counties, N. Y. 

VERTICOCERAS Flower (Poterioceratidae) 

Genotype: Verticoceras erectum Flower 

Verticoceras Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 72; Palaeontograph- 
ica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 60. 



CATALOGUE OF GENERA AND SPECIES 133 

Verticoceras? clavatum (Hall) 

Cyrtoceras clavatum Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 47, figs. 12, 13. 

Gomphoceras clavatum Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 323-324, pi. 46, 
figs. 14, 15, pi. 93, figs. 2, 3— Grabau, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 327— 
Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 73. 

Gomphoceras (Poterioceras) clavatum Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 65 (1903) p. 590. 

Poterioceras clavatum Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 140. 

Alpenocerasf clavatum Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) 
p. 190, 205-206. 

Verticoceras? clavatum Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 69. 

[Note: The above citations refer to several distinct species, all of which are 
probably not congeneric] 

Schoharie: Albany and Schoharie counties, N. Y.; and possibly the Middle Devonian of Ontario. 

Verticoceras conradi (Hall) 

Gomphoceras (Apioceras) Conradi Hall, N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 
13 (1860) p. 106; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) pi. 8, fig. 8. 

Cyrtoceras Conradi [part] Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian 
fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 47, figs. 1, 2 [not 11]. 

Gomphoceras conradi [part] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 348-349, pi. 
46, figs. 1, 2 [not 3]— Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 49 (1901) p. 124— Grabau, 
N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 92 (1906) p. 329— Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 
(1915) p. 128. 

Poterioceras conradi Stauffer, Can. Geol. Survey, Mem. 34 (1915) p. 148. 

Alpenoceras conradi Foerste, Univ. Mich., Mus. Geol., Contr., vol. 2 (1927) p. 
190, 205-206. 

Verticoceras conradi Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 74-75; 
Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 16, 60, 73. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Schoharie and Manlius, N. Y.; and possibly the Middle 
Devonian of Ontario. 

Verticoceras erectum Flower 

Gomphoceras conradi [part] Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 348-349, pi. 46, 
fig. 3 [not 1, 2]. 

Verticoceras erectum Flower, Bull. Am. Pal., vol. 22, no. 76 (1936) p. 72-73, pi. 9, 
figs. 6, 7 — Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) p. 7, 16, 60, 73. 

Cherry Valley limestone member of Marcellus: Schoharie and Manlius, N. Y. 

Verticoceras tullium Flower 

Verticoceras tullium Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 (1938) 
p. 60, pi. 4, figs. 14, 15. 

Tully: Borodino, N. Y. 

WERNEROCERAS Wedekind (Anarcestidae) 

Genotype: Goniatites ruppachensis Kayser 

Werneroceras Wedekind, Palaeontographica, Bd. 62 (1918) p. 107, 108 — Schinde- 
wolf, Preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft. 148 (1933) p. 96-98— Miller, Geol. 
Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 57-58. 

Werneroceras plebeiforme (Hall) 

Porcellia? rotatoria Hall, N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of Devonian fossils, 
Gasteropoda (1876) pi. 16, figs. 25, 26. [Not Goniatites rotatorius Bronn, 1848.] 

Goniatites plebeiformis Hall, Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) p. 448-450, pi. 16, 
figs. 25, 26, pi. 110, figs. 3-9— Whitfield and Hovey, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., Bull., 
vol. 11 (1900) p. 330-331. 



134 INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 

Anarcestes plebeiformis Clarke, N. Y. State Geol., Ann. Rept. 16 (1899) p. 165- 
168, text figs. 1-5 [also issued as N. Y. State Mus., Ann. Rept. 50]; N. Y. State Mus., 
Bull. 49 (1901) p. 122— Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 65 (1903) 
p. 575-576. 

Werneroceras plebeiforme Schindewolf, Preuss. geol. Landes., Abh., N. F., Heft 
148 (1933) p. 98 — Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North. America (Devonian), 
Ammonoidea 13 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 58-61, text figs. 7-9, 
pi. 5, figs. 1-6. 

Cherry Valley member of Marcellus: near Cherry Valley, N. Y. 

Werneroceras wabashense (Kindle) 

Goniatites wabashensis Kindle, Ind. Dept. Geol. and Nat. Res., Ann. Rept. 25 
(1901) p. 563, 577, pi. 2, figs. 4, 4a. 

Gephuroceras? wabashense Clarke, N. Y. State Mus., Mem. 6 (1904) p. 374; N. Y. 
State Mus., Ann. Rept. 57, vol. 3, appd. 8 (1905) p. 374. 

Werneroceras wabashense Miller, Type invertebrate fossils of North America 
(Devonian), Ammonoidea 14 (1936); Geol. Soc. Am., Spec. Pap. 14 (1938) p. 61-62, 
pi. 14, figs. 12-14. 

Lower part of New Albany: near Delphi, Ind. 

WISSENBACHIA Foerste (Poterioceratidae) 
Genotype: Phragmoceras orthogaster Sandberger and Sandberger 

Wissenbachia Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. Lab., vol. 21 (1926) p. 
319-320, pi. 44, figs. 1A-1C — Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 57. 

Wissenbachia gebhardi Flower 

Wissenbachia gebhardi Flower, Palaeontographica Americana, vol. 2, no. 9 
(1938) p. 57-58, pi. 1, fig. 4, pi. 4, fig. 2. 

Schoharie: Schoharie, N. Y. 

ZITTELOCERAS Hyatt (Halloceratidae) 

Genotype: Cyrtoceras halleanum d'Orbigny 

Zitteloceras Hyatt, Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., Pr., vol. 22 (1883) p. 284— Zittel, 
Handb. Pal., Abt. 1, Palaeozoologie, Bd. 2 (1884) p. 374— Hyatt, Am. Phil. Soc. 
Pr., vol. 32 (1893) p. 518; Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1 (1900) p. 522— Grabau 
and Shimer, North American index fossils, Invertebrates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 76 — 
Hyatt, Zittel-Eastman Textb. Pal., vol. 1, ed. 2 (1913) p. 603— Broili, Zittel-Broili 
Grundz. Pal., Abt. 1, ed. 6 (1924) p. 527— Foerste, Denison Univ. Bull., Jour. Sci. 
Lab., vol. 23 (1928) p. 193-199. 

Zitteloceras nereus (Hall) 

Gyroceras nereus Hall, Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper 
Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups (1861) p. 39; N. Y. State Cab. Nat. 
Hist., Ann. Rept. 15 (1862) p. 67, pi. 9, fig. 4; N. Y. Geol. Survey, Illustrations of 
Devonian fossils, Cephalopoda (1876) pi. 49, figs. 1-3; Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1879) 
p. 373-374, pi. 51, figs. 4-6; N.Y. Assembly Doc. 105 (1886) pi. (124) 9, fig. 4— Beecher, 
Pal. N. Y., vol. 5, pt. 2 (1888) p. 36, pi. 124, fig. 4. 

Gyroceras {Zitteloceras) nereus Clarke and Ruedemann, N. Y. State Mus., Bull. 
65 (1903) p. 596-597. 

Zitteloceras nereus Grabau and Shimer, North American index fossils, Inverte- 
brates, vol. 2 (1910) p. 76— Bridge and Charles, Jour. Geol., vol. 30 (1922) p. 456. 

Onondaga: Waterloo, Auburn, and Cherry Valley, N. Y. ; and possibly the Grand Tower of Missouri. 



NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN FORMATION NAMES 1 



Formation 
Abitibi River limestone. 

Acervularia zone of Owen beds. 

Agoniatites limestone. A lime- 
stone horizon in Marcellus 
shale lower than Stafford 
limestone. 

Albany granite. 

Alfred shale. 

Allegrippis sandstone member 
(of Chemung formation). 

Allen County oil sand. 

Alpena limestone. 

Alsen cherty limestone. 
Alto formation. 
Ames monzodiorite. 

Amherstburg dolomite member 
(of Detroit River dolomite). 

Amity shale (of Chemung for- 
mation). 

Anderson limestone member 
(of Detroit River dolomite). 

Angola shale. 

Antrim shale. 



Apulia member (of Tully for- 
mation). 
Arkansas novaculite. 

Arkona beds. 

Armenia limestone lentil (of 

Oswayo formation). 
Armuchee chart. 

Arthodiran sandstone. 
Ashokan beds. (Nonmarine 

Hamilton.) 
Athol shale. 
Atrypa limestone. 



Regional distribution 
Ontario (James Bay 

region). 
Central N. Iov/a. 

New York. 



N. New Hampshire. 
W. New York. 
Central Pennsylvania. 

E. Kentucky. 

N. E. Michigan and 

Ontario. 
S. E. New York. 
S. W. Illinois. 
New Hampshire. 

Ontario, N. W. Ohio, and 
S. E. Michigan. 

N. W. Pennsylvania (Erie 
Co.). 

S. E. Michigan, Ontario, 
and N.W.Ohio. 

W. New York. 

Michigan and Ontario 
(Lower peninsula of Mich- 
igan). 

Central New York. 

Arkansas and Oklahoma. 

S. W. Ontario. 

Central N. Pennsylvania 

(Bradford Co.). 
Georgia. 

Central Arizona. 

S. E. New York (Ulster and 

Greene Cos.). 
W. New York. 
Nevada (Eureka Dist.). 



System or period 
U. and M. Devo- 
nian. 
U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



U. (M.) Devonian. 

M. and U. Devo- 
nian. 

M. Devonian. 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

L. and M. Devo- 
nian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



1 Additional data and references to papers, regarding the relations, physical features, and faunal charac- 
teristics of these formations may be found in the list of publications at the end of this volume. 

135 



136 



INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Attica shale. Includes Rhine- 
street shale of Lake Erie re- 



W. New York. 



U. Devonian. 



gion. 
Atwell sand. 



Oil horizon. 



Aulopora zone of Mason City 
substage. 

"Austin rock." A trade term. 

Austinburg sand. Correlated 
with Oriskany sandstone by 
some and Sylvania by others. 

Auxvasse Creek sandstone 
member (of Callaway lime- 
stone). 

Avery shale. (A. W. Grabau, 
1930.) Equivalent to Led- 
yard member of G. A. Cooper. 

Avilton conglomerate (of Jen- 
nings formation). 

Back-bone limestone. (Same 

as Little Saline limestone.) 
Bailey limestone. 

Bakoven shale. 

Banff limestone and dolomite. 



Banff series. Used by R. G. 

McConnell (1886, p. 362). 
Barberie andesite. 
Barre granite. 
Barre limestone. 
Bayard sand. A subsurface 

sand. 
Bear Branch limestone member 

(of Olive Hill formation). 
Beartooth Butte formation. 
Beauvais sandstone. 
Beavertail limestone. 

Becraft limestone member (of 
Helderberg group). 



Bedford shale. Includes Eu- 
clid sandstone lentil, Euclid 
"bluestone" (trade name), 
and Sagamore sandstone 
member. 



Central N. Pennsylvania U. Devonian. 

(Tioga Co.). 
Central and N. Iowa. U. Devonian. 



Minnesota (Mower Co.), 
N. E. Ohio. 



E. Central Missouri. 



New York. 



Western Maryland. 



S. W. Illinois. 

E. Missouri and S. W. Illi- 
nois. 

E. New York. (Catskill 
Mountains.) 

Rocky Mountains of Alberta 
and E. British Columbia. 



W. Alberta. 

New Brunswick. 

N. E. Vermont. 

Quebec. 

Pennsylvania (Green Co.). 

W. Tennessee. 

N. W. Wyoming. 
Central E. Missouri. 
Carcajou Mountain area, 

Mackenzie River basin. 
E. New York, Pennsylvania, 

New Jersey, W. Maryland, 

West Virginia, and N. 

Virginia. 
N. E. Kentucky, N. E. and 

S. E. Ohio, and S. W. 

Pennsylvania. (In wells.) 



Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 



Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian with 
lower half prob- 
ably M. Devo- 
nian. 

Carboniferous and 
Devonian. 

Devonian. 

Devonian. 

Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 






Mississippian 
U. Devonian. 



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NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN FORMATION NAMES 



137 



Beechwood limestone member 
(Butts, 1915) is Sellersburg 
limestone of Siebenthal 
(1901). 2 

Belgium member (of Lake 
Church formation). 

Bell shale member of Presque 
Isle series. (Traverse group.) 

Bella shale. (Keys.) 

Bellepoint member (Columbus 
limestone). In Central Ohio 
divided into Jefferson sand- 
stone and basal conglomerate 
of Oriskany (?) age. 

Bellvale flags. 

Bellvale sandstone. 

Bellvale sandstone and Bellvale 
flags. 

Benson limestone. 

Berenda limestone. 

Bernardston formation. (J. D. 
Dana, 1873.) 



"Bernardston limestone." (J. 

D. Dana, 1873.) A Helder- 

berg (?) bed in Bernardston 

formation. 
Bertram beds. May represent 

a phase of the Wapsipinicon. 
Berwick quartz diorite. 
Berwyn member (of Skaneateles 

shale). 
Bethel granite. 
Bethlehem gneiss. 

Beulah limestone. 
Big Bend facies. 

"Big Cinnamon." Driller's 
name. Gas sand at Ironton. 

Big Mountain shale member (of 
Keyser limestone). 

Big Sinking sand. Oil or gas. 

Big Stone Gap shale. (Re- 
stricted by J. H. Swartz to 
upper part of Chattanooga 
shale.) 



Central N. Kentucky and 
S. W. Indiana. 



S. E. Wisconsin. 

Michigan. (Northern part 
of lower peninsula.) 

S. W. New Mexico. 

N. E. and Central Ohio 
(Delaware Co.). 



E. New York. 

S. E. New York. 

New Jersey and New York. 

Utah. 

New Mexico. 

Berkshire Hills and Con- 
necticut Valley, Mass., 
S. E. Vermont, and S. W. 
New Hampshire. 

Bernardstown, Mass. 



Iowa (Linn Co.). 

S. W. Maine. 

E. Central New York. 

Windsor, Vermont. 
N. New Hampshire. 

E. Colorado. 

N. W. Pennsylvania and 

S. W. New York. 
Ohio. 

Central W. Virginia and N. 
West Virginia. 

E. Kentucky. 

E. or N. E. and S. E. Ten- 
nessee and S. W. Virginia. 
(Type area.) 



M. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian (?). 
M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
Devonian. 
M. and U. Devo- 
nian. 



Devonian. 



Devonian (?). 

Devonian (?). 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
Devonian (?). 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian and 
Mississippian. 



2 E. R. Cumings (1922, p. 469), discussing Siebenthal 's restriction (1901) of Kindle's Sellersburg forma- 
tion, observes that ". . . .Kindle's name must be recognized in its original meaning with the Silver Creek 
and Beechwood (proposed by Butts (1915, 120) for the crinoidal bed) as subdivisions". 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Birdsong shale member (of Lin- 
den group). 
"Black shale" of early reports. 



Blackface Mountain shale. 3 

Equivalent of Kindle's Miette 
shale (preoccupied). 

Bloody Run Zone. In Shell 
Rock stage of Cedar Valley 
limestone. 

Bloomsbury formation. 

Blossburg formation. (In Che- 
mung formation.) 

"Blue Chert series." 

Blue Hill granite porphyry. 

Blue limestone. Dyer dolomite 

member Chaffee formation. 
Blueberry Mountain argillite. 

Bois d'Arc limestone. 

Bolton igneous series. 

"Bone bed." Part of the Dela- 
ware limestone as originally 
defined but included in Co- 
lumbus limestone since 1890. 

Bosworth sandstone and shale. 
Preoccupied. Replaced by 
Carcajou Mountain beds. 



Boule formation of Raymond. 
Equivalent of Miette of Kin- 
dle 4 and part of Minnewanka 
limestone. 

Boyle limestone. Equivalent 
of Devonian limestones of S. 
Indiana. Redefined by T. E. 
Savage who excluded the 
Duffin layer. 

Bradford oil sand group. 

Bradfordian series. Beds and 
faunas, as defined by G. H. 



W. Valley of Tennessee L. Devonian. 

River and adjacent areas. 

New York, Kentucky, Ten- U. Devonian and 

nessee, Virginia, and other Mississippian. 

States. 

Alberta. Devonian. 



N. Central Iowa. 



New Brunswick. 
Pennsylvania (Tioga Co.). 

Northwestern California. 
E. Massachusetts. 

Colorado (Leadville Dis- 
trict). 

New Hampshire, Ammonoo- 
suc River region. 

Central and Southern Okla- 
homa. 

Quebec. 

Central Ohio. 



Norman-Carcajou Mountain 
area of Mackenzie River 
basin. Assumed to be 
present in Redstone- 
Dahadinni area, Macken- 
zie River. 

Jasper Park, Alberta. Type 
section North end of Mi- 
ette Range. 

Central Kentucky. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 
N. W. Pennsylvania and 
S. W. New York. 



U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian (?) 
Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 

L. (?) Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

post Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian and 

Carboniferous (?). 



s Manuscript name of W. A. Kelley published by J. A. Allan, P. S. Warren, and R. L. Rutherford 
(1932) A preliminary study of the eastern ranges of the Rocky Mountains in Jasper Park, Alberta, Royal 
Soc. Canada, Tr., vol. 26, sec. 4, p. 234. 

4 E. M. Kindle (1929), The succession of fossil faunas in the eastern part of Jasper Park, Am. Jour. Sci., 
5th ser., vol. 18, p. 180-181. 



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139 



Girty, lying between the Che- 
mung and the Carboniferous. 
Bradford group of Schuchert 
and Dunbar is synonymous 
with Bradfordian. 
Braeburn limestone. 

Braillier shale. In Portage 

group. 
Bridge River series. 

Bridgewater member. In Mar- 

cellus shale. 
Britannia formation. Probably 

of Mesozoic or Carboniferous 

age. 
"Brown shale." 
Brushy Creek chert. 
Buchanan Hill conglomerate. 

(Knapp formation). 
Buckskin limestone. 
Burket black shale member (of 

Harrell shale). 
Burlington limestone. 

Bushberg sandstone. 

Caballos novaculite. 

Caballos novaculite of Baker 

and Bowman, 1917. 
Cache Creek group. 

Caddo Gap novaculite. 

Cadent series. Exact synonym 
of Marcellus. 

Cadiz beds. 

Callaway limestone. Origi- 
nally denned by C. R. Keys, 
1894, with Hamilton fossils. 
E. B. Branson reports it as 
late Hamilton with beds pos- 
sibly of Tully age. 

Cambridge gas sand. In wells. 

Cambridge slate. 

Camden chert of reports up to 

1918. 
Camden chert. Restricted by 

Dunbar, 1918. 
Camp Creek series. Replaced 

by Bosworth sandstone and 



British Columbia. 
Central Pennsylvania. 
British Columbia. 
E. New York. 
British Columbia. 



Indiana. 

S. E. Oklahoma. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 

Colorado. 

Central Pennsylvania. 

Central Northern Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Missouri. 

S. W. Texas (Marathon re- 
gion). 

S. W. Texas (Marathon re- 
gion). 

W. British Columbia and 
Yukon Valley. 

S. W. Arkansas. 

Pennsylvania. 

Western New York. 
Central N. E., Central E., 
and S. E. Missouri. 



Central Ohio. 

E. Massachusetts. 

W. Tennessee. 

W. Tennessee. 

N. Canada (Mackenzie Dis- 
trict). 



Devono-Carbonif- 

erous. 
U. Devonian. 

Devono-Carbonif- 

erous. 
M. Devonian. 

Devono-Carbonif- 
erous (?) 

Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
Mississippian or 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

L. Devonian (?) 

Mississippian and 
Devonian. 

Devonian and Car- 
boniferous. 

Devonian (?) 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian (?) 
M. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

M. and L. Devo- 
nian. 

M. Devonian. 
(Onondaga.) 

TT. Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



shale, and this name by Car- 
cajou Mountain beds. 

Campbellton formation. 

Canadaway group. Includes 
beds from Dunkirk black 
shale to Cuba sandstone. 

Canandaigua shale. Equiva- 
lent of upper part of Ludlow- 
ville shale. 

Canaseraga sandstone. Now- 
discarded for Dunkirk shale 
by Chadwick and Bradley. 

Caneadea shale. 

Cannel City sand (oil). 

Cape Ann granite. 

Cape Barre beds. 

Cape Bon Ami beds. 

Cape Neddick gabbro. 

Carcajou Mountain beds. Re- 
places Bosworth shale and 
sandstone. Preoccupied. 

Cardiff shale member (of Mar- 
cellus shale). 

Cardiola shale. Exact syno- 
nym of Portage. 

Carper sand. 

Cascade Creek sandstone. 
(Cascade sandstone.) 

Cascade sandstone. In Che- 
mung formation. 

Cascadilla member (of Ithaca 
facies subgroup). 

Casey limestone. 

Cashaqua shale (Portage for- 
mation). 

Castle Hill andesite. 

Catawissa reds. 



Catskill formation. 



Catskill formation. A facies 
formation, chiefly red sedi- 
ments. 

Cattaraugus formation. In- 
cludes Kilbuck conglomerate 
lentil, Salamanca conglom- 
erate member, Wolf Creek 
conglomerate lentil. 



New Brunswick. 
S. W. New York and N. W. 
Pennsylvania. 

West-Central New York. 



Western New York. 



S. W. New York. 
E. Kentucky. 

N. E. Massachusetts. 

Quebec. 

Quebec (Gaspe Peninsula). 

S. W. Maine. 

Mackenzie River, Canada. 



New York (W. to E. Cen- 
tral). 
Pennsylvania. 

S. Illinois. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 

Central New York (Ithaca 

region). 
S. Central Kentucky. 
W. and W. Central New 

York. 
N. E. Maine. 
E. New York (Catskill 

Mountains) and N. E. 

Pennsylvania. 
S. E. New York and N. E. 

Pennsylvania. 

New York, Maryland, Penn- 
sylvania, and Virginia. 

S. New York and N. Penn- 
sylvania. 



L. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
L. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 
Devonian (?) 
U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian or Mis- 

sissippian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian (?) 
U. Devonian. 



U. and M. Devo- 
nian and Car- 
boniferous (?) 

U. Devonian. 



Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 



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141 



Cattaraugus parvafacies. See 
Smithport magnafacies. 

"Cauda-galli grit" of Vanuxem 
(1842) is the Esopus shales or 
grit of Darton (1894). 

Cayuta shale member (of Che- 
mung formation). 

Cazenovia group. (T. A. Con- 
rad, 1841.) 

Cazenovia shales or group. 
(C. S. Prosser, 1893.) 

Cedar Rapids phase (of Otis 
limestone of Norton). 

Cedar Valley limestone. 

"Cement shale" Keyes. (Be- 
longs to Chaffee formation.) 
I Centerfield limestone member 
(of Ludlowville shale). 

Cerro Gordo substage. Under- 
lies Owen substage of Hack- 
berry stage. 

Chadakoin beds member (of 
Chemung formation). 

Chaffee formation. 

Chagrin magnafacies. 

Chagrin shale. 

Chanchelulla formation. 

Chaneysville sandstone mem- 
ber. 

Chapman sandstone. 

Chapman trachyte. 
Charlevoix stage. 

Chatham granite. 

Chattanooga series. Earliest 
of the three divisions of Ul- 
rich's Waverlyan. 5 

Chattanooga shale. 



Chautauquan group. 
Chemung formation. 



Cherry Ridge group (of I. C. 
White, 1881) (Catskill for- 
mation). 



Central N. Pennsylvania. 
E. New York. 

Central and W. Central 

New York. 
E. Central New York. 

E. Central New York. 

Central E. Iowa. 

E. Iowa and S. W. Illinois. 
W. Colorado. 

W. and W. Central New 

York. 
Central N. Iowa. 



W. New York and N. W. 

Pennsylvania. 
Colorado. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 
N. Ohio. 

N. W. California. 
Central Pennsylvania. 

Maine. 

Maine. 

N. W. Michigan (Traverse 

Bay region). 
N. New Hampshire. 

A time term representing 
the Chattanooga shale in- 
terval and its inferred 
equivalents. 

Kentucky, S. W. Missouri, 
E. and S. E. Tennessee, 
and S. W. Virginia. 

New York. 

New York, Pennsylvania, 
Virginia, and W. Mary- 
land. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 



U. Devonian or 

Mississippian. 
L. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
Devonian (?). 
M. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

(Helderberg.) 
Devonian (?). 
M. Devonian. 

Late Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

U. Devonian and 
Mississippian(?) 

Devonian and 

Mississippian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 



5 E. O. Ulrich (1911), Revision of the Palaeozoic systems, Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol. 22, pi. 29. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Cherry Ridge conglomerate. 
" " shales. 

" " sandstone. 

" limestone. 
" red shale. 
Cherry Valley limestone mem- 
ber (of Marcellus shale). 
Chittenango member (of Mar- 
cellus shale). 
Chloride formation. 

Chocorua granite. 

Cincinnatus sandstone — Ithaca 

shale member in part. 
Cinquefoil limestone. 

Clam Bank series. 
Clark's Mill beds. 

Clear Branch sandstone. Rep- 
resents Oriskany part of orig- 
inal Frog Mountain sand- 
stone. 

Clear Creek chert of Savage. 

Clear Creek limestone. As 
originally defined. 

Clear Creek series. Said to be 
associated with Bragdon for- 
mation. 

Cleveland magnafacies. 

Cleveland shale. 

"Cliff limestone" (of early re- 
ports) . 

Clifton Forge sandstone mem- 
ber (of Keyser limestone). 
Clifty limestone. 
Cobham conglomerate member. 

Cobscook series. 

Coeymans limestone (of Hel- 
derberg group). 



Coggon limestone as originally 
denned. Part of Wapsipini- 
con limestone. 



Central, W. Central, and E. 

Central New York. 
Central New York. 

S. W. New Mexico. 

N. New Hampshire. 

Central New York. 

Alberta (Interlachen to Pal- 
isade). 

Newfoundland. 

Central Pennsylvania 
(Perry Co.). 

N. Central Alabama. 



S. E. Missouri and S. W. 

Illinois. 
S. E. Missouri and S. W. 

Illinois. 
N. California. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 

N. Ohio. 

Central N. Kentucky, S. E. 
Indiana, and S. W. Ohio. 

Central W. Virginia. 

N. W. Arkansas. 
N. W. Pennsylvania. 

S. E. Maine. 

New Jersey, E. and S. E. 
New York, Maryland, 
Pennsylvania, and N. W. 
Virginia. 

Central E. Iowa. 



M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian or Mis- 

sissippian. 
Late Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 

M. and L. Devo- 
nian. 

Mississippian (?) 
or Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

U. Devonian or 
Mississippian. 

M. and L. Devo- 
nian and Silur- 
ian. 

L. Devonian. 
(Helderberg.) 

M. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

Devonian and Si- 
lurian. 

L. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN FORMATION NAMES 



143 



Coggon phase (of Otis limestone 

of Norton). 
Colgate member. Skaneateles 

shale. 
Columbus limestone. Includes 

Venice member, Marblehead 

limestone, Bellepoint member, 

and "bone bed." 
Combs limestone. 
Conewango formation. 

Conneaut group. 

Connelly conglomerate. 
Conway granite. 

Cooper limestone and Cooper 
marble. 

Cooper sand. (Drillers' term.) 

Coopers Lake limestone mem- 
ber. 

Copley meta-andesite. 

Coralline Falls limestone. An 

unused term introduced by 

D. D. Owen, 1856. 
Coralville limestone. 
Cornell member. Lower Fall 

Creek gorge zone of Reticu- 

laria laevis. 
"Corniferous" limestone (of 

early reports). 

Corniferous period. Once used 
by geologists to indicate the 
time represented by Onon- 
daga limestone, Schoharie 
grit, and Esopus shales. 

Cornwall shale member (of 
Hamilton formation). 

Coronach formation. Repre- 
sents part of Minnewanka 
formation. 

Corrigan formation. 

Coudersport member (of Cat- 
taraugus formation). 

Craftsbury granite. 

Craghead Creek shale. 

Craigsville limestone. (Held- 
erberg group.) 

Crandall Hill sand. (Drillers' 
name for a producing hori- 
zon.) 



Central E. Iowa. 

E. Central New York. 

Ohio. 



Nevada (Eureka Dist.). 

N. W. Pennsylvania (War- 
ren Co.). 

N. W. Pennsylvania and 
N. E. Ohio. 

S. E. New York. 

N. W. New Hampshire and 
White Mountains. 

Central and N. E. Missouri. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 
N. W. Montana. 

N. California (Redding 

Quadrangle). 
Falls of Ohio, Indiana, and 

Kentucky. 

Central E. Iowa. 
Central New York. 



New York, Michigan, Ken- 
tucky, Ohio, Indiana, and 
Ontario. 



S. E. New York and New 

Jersey. 
Jasper Park, Alberta. Type 

locality a mile south of 

Disaster Point. 
N. W. Maryland. 
N. Pennsylvania. 

N. E. Vermont. 
Central Missouri. 
Central W. Virginia. 



M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Mississippian. 
U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian or older. 

M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 



Pennsylvania (Potter Co.). U. Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Crystal Pass limestone member 

(of Sultan limestone). 
Cuba sandstone lentil member 

(of Chemung formation). 
Cuboides zone. Exact syno- 
nym of Tully limestone. 
Cumberland Gap shale member 

(of Chattanooga shale). 
Cussewago shales of I. C. White 
(1881) include the following: 
Cussewago upper shale, 
limestone, 
middle shales 
and flags. 
Cussewago sandstone. 
Cussewago stage and Cusse- 
wago monothem are terms 
used by K. E. Caster (1934). 
See also G. H. Chadwick 
(1923, 1925). 
Cypress Creek chert. 

Dalhousie shales. 

Dalmanella danbyi zone. Base 

of Cayuta shale. 
Damascus red shale. 

Darby formation. Seems to 
include Three Forks shale 
and upper Jefferson lime- 
stone. 

Davenport beds (of Wapsipini- 
con limestone). 

Decaturville chert. 

Decewville limestone. In- 
cludes Oriskany fauna at 
base and Onondaga at top. 

Dedham granite. 

Deep Run member. In Lud- 

lowville shale. 
Deer Lick sand. Drillers' 

name for an oil sand. 
Delaware limestone. 

Delaware limestone. As orig- 
inally defined. 

Delaware River flags. 

Delhi limestone. Upper part 
of Columbus limestone. 



S. E. Nevada. 

W. New York. 

New York. 

S. W. Virginia and S. Ten- 
nessee. 
N. W. Pennsylvania. 



Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 



W. Tennessee. 

New Brunswick. 
New York. 

N. and Central Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Yellowstone Park and N. W. 
Wyoming (Teton Range). 



E. Iowa. 

W. Tennessee. 

W. New York. 

N. E. Massachusetts. 

W. New York. 

W. Pennsylvania. 

N. W., N. E., and Central 

Ohio, and Ontario. 
Central Ohio. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 
Central Ohio. 



of U. De- 
vonian. 

U. Devonian and 
Mississippian. 

U. Devonian or 
Mississippian. 



U. Devonian or 
Mississippian. 



L. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. and M. De- 
vonian. 



U. and M. De- 
vonian. 

L. Devonian. 
(Helderbergian) 

L. and M. De- 
vonian. 

Devonian (?) and 
early Palaeozoic. 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



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145 



Dellville sandstone. 

Delphi black shale. The New 
Albany shale is the repre- 
sentative in S. Indiana of 
Delphi black shale. 

Delphi member (of Skaneateles 
formation). 

Detroit River dolomite. 

"Detroit River series" or "Up- 
per Monroe" includes: Lucas 
dolomite member, Amherst- 
burg dolomite member, An- 
derdon limestone member, 
Flat Rock dolomite member. 

Devil's Den sandstone. Dis- 
carded by author, G. H. 
Chadwick. 
i Dexterville shale member. 

I Dorchester slate member (of 

Roxbury conglomerate). 
1 Dorset limestone. 

I Dublin blue shale. 

Duffin limestone or "Duffin 
layer" — The fauna suggests a 
Tully horizon according to 
T. E. Savage, 1929. 

Dundee limestone. 

Dunkirk shale member (of 
Chemung formation). In S. 
Central New York, the shale 
is represented by a sandstone 
called Dunkirk sandstone. 

Durham quartz diorite. 

Dutch Creek sandstone. 
Grand Tower limestone of 
Savage and of S. Weller, in 
part. 

Dyberry glomerate. 

Dyer dolomite member (of 
Chaffee formation). 

East Kane shale member. 



S. Central Pennsylvania U. Devonian. 

(Perry Co.). 
N. Indiana. U. Devonian. 



Central New York. 



M. Devonian. 



S. E. Michigan, W. Ontario, L. Devonian. 

and N. W. Ohio. 
Ontario peninsula and S. E. L. Devonian. 

part of lower Michigan. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 



N. W. Pennsylvania and S. 

W. New York. 
E. Massachusetts. 

Vermont. 

Central Ohio. 

E. Central Kentucky. 



N. E. and S. E. part Michi- 
gan, lower peninsula. 
W. New York. 



Ediger limestone, 
face formation. 



A subsur- 



S. E. New Hampshire. 
S. E. Missouri. 



N. E. Pennsylvania. 
Central Colorado. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 
Central Kansas. 



U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

Devonian or U. 
Silurian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



Devonian (?). 
M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
U. Devonian. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
M. Devonian. 



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Edmunds Hill andesite. 
Elbert formation. 

Elk Mountain shales and sand- 
stones of some reports. 

Elk Mountain transition group. 
Also called Transition or 
Sub-Pocono Measures, Po- 
cono-Catskill transition 
group. 

Elk Mountain Upper sand- 
stone. 

Elkins sandstone. (Shale and 
sandstones) . 

Ellicott shale member. 

Ellicottville conglomerate. 

Elm Point limestone. 

Encrinal limestone. Tichenor 
limestone is the name later 
given it. 

' 'Encrinal' ' limestone of early 
reports is a term used for 
various crinoidal limestone 
horizons of Devonian age. 

Endicott diorite. 

Enfield facies subgroup (of 
Ithaca-Enfield facies group). 

Enfield shale member (of Port- 
age formation). 

Erian group. Includes beds 
between Tully limestone and 
Onondaga limestone as used 
by New York State Survey. 

Erie series. Includes Onon- 
daga and younger beds to 
base of Tully limestone as 
used by C. Schuchert (1910) 
and by G. H. Ashley (1923). 

Erie shale. 

Ermont formation. 

Escuminac beds. 

Esopus grit. (Oriskany group 
in part.) 

Esopus shale. 



Euclid sandstone lentil. In 
Bedford shale. Euclid "blue- 
stone." 



N. E. Maine. 

Central-W. and S. W. Col- 
orado. 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 



N. E. Pennsylvania. 

W. Virginia (Randolph Co.). 

N. W. Pennsylvania and S. 

W. New York. 
New York (Cattaraugus 

Co.). 
Manitoba. 
Central and W. New York. 



New Hampshire. 

S. New York (Ithaca re- 
gion). 
Central New York. 

New York. 



New York. 



N. Ohio. 

S. W. Montana. 

Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 

New York, N. New Jersey, 
and N. E. Pennsylvania. 

S. E. New York, Central 
and N. E. Pennsylvania, 
and N. half of New Jersey. 

N. Ohio. 



Devonian (?). 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

U. Devonian or 
Mississippian. 






U. Devonian or 

Mississippian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Mississippian. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 






Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 



U. Devonian or 
Mississippian. 



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Eureka shale. Chattanooga N. Arkansas. 

shale (?). 
Eversole chert. Zone D part Central Ohio. 

of Columbus limestone. 



U. Devonian or 

Mississippian. 
M. Devonian. 



i Fairview shale. Lower part of 

Chaffee formation. 
Fall Creek conglomerate lentil 

(of Chemung formation). 
Famine series. 
Fayette breccia. 

Ferron Point formation. 
Fickett series. 



Fiddle limestone. 



Flagstone series. (N. H. 

Darton, 1894.) 
Flat Gap limestone member (of 

Olive Hill formation). 
Flat Rock dolomite member (of 

Detroit River series). 

Flat top limestone. 

Fleurant conglomerate. 

Flora limestone. 

Floyd limestone. 

Floydia zone. 

Flume dolomite. Jefferson 

limestone (?). 
Fort Creek shales. 

Four Mile Brook member (of 

Heppel formation). 
Fournier group. 

Frame shale member. In 

Hamilton group. 
Franconia breccia. 

Franklindale limestone lentil 

(of Chemung formation). 
Frisco limestone. 

Frog Mountain sandstone. As 
restricted by Butts. See 
Ragland sandstone and Clear 
Branch sandstone. 



Colorado (Pitkin region). 

N. E. Pennsylvania and S. 

Central New York (?). 
Quebec (Chaudiere River). 
N. E., Central, and S. E. 

Iowa. 
N. E. Michigan. 
N. Central Alaska (John 

River region). 

Alberta (Jasper Park). 

Type locality. Gateway 

in Fiddle Creek. 
New York. 

W. Tennessee. 

Michigan (S. E. part of 
lower peninsula), Ontario 
peninsula. 

W. Colorado. 

Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 
Central N. Iowa. 
Central N. Iowa. 
Central N. Iowa. 
Alberta (Jasper Park). 

North of Norman, Lower 
Mackenzie River basin. 

W. Gaspe Peninsula, Que- 
bec. 

New Brunswick. 

Pennsylvania (Bedford Co.) 
N. W. New Hampshire. 
Central-N. Pennsylvania. 

Oklahoma (Arbuckle Moun- 
tains). 

N. and Central Alabama 
and N. W. Georgia. 



U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

Mississippian, De- 
vonian, and Si- 
lurian (?). 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 



Devonian or Mis- 
sissippian (?). 
U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

Ordovician to De- 
vonian. 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

(Oriskany) 
M. Devonian. 



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Fucoides caudagalli beds, 
placed by Esopus grit. 



Re- S. E. New York. 



Gainesville sand. Oil drillers' 
name. 

Gander Run shale member. In 
Hamilton group. 

Gardeau shale member (of 
Portage formation). 

Gaspe limestones. Includes 
Grand Greve limestone, Cape 
Bon Ami limestone, and St. 
Alban limestone. 

Gaspe sandstone. 

Gaspe series (of W. E. Logan). 
Includes Gaspe limestones , 
Gaspe sandstone, and Bon- 
aventure formation. 

Genesee black shale member 
(of Jennings formation). 

Genesee group includes: 
Standish sandstone. (Top.) 
West River shale and Gen- 
eseo shale with Genundewa 
limestone lentil at top. 
Geneseo was introduced to 
avoid using Genesee in two 
senses. 

"Genesee shale" of early re- 
ports. Was used for New 
Albany shale. 

Genesee shale (of type region). 

Geneva limestone. 
Genshaw formation. 
Genundewa limestone member 

(of Genesee group). 
Gerome formation of Stoy- 

anow. 
Ghost River formation. 
Giles formation. As originally 

defined. 
Giles formation (of Bassler). 
Girard shale member (of Che- 
mung formation). 
Glade sandstone. Replaced by 

Cobham conglomerate, 1934. 
Glenerie limestone. In Oris- 

kany Group. 
Glenn Creek shale member (of 

Jefferson limestone). 



W. Kentucky. 
Central Pennsylvania. 
W.-Central New York. 
Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 



Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 
Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 



N. W. Maryland. 



L. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. and L. De- 
vonian. 



M. Devonian. 
Devonian and 
Mississippian. 



U. Devonian. 



New York, Pennsylvania, U. Devonian. 
Maryland, N. W. Virginia, 
and W. Virginia. 



Central and S. E. Indiana. U. Devonian. 



Central and W. Central New 

York. 
Central S. Indiana. 
N. E. Michigan. 
W. New York. 

Central Arizona (type). 

Alberta (Front Range). 

S. E. West Virginia and S. 

W. Virginia. 
S. W. Virginia. 
N. W. Pennsylvania. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 

S. E. New York. 

N. W. Montana. 



U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian (?). 

L. Devonian and 

Silurian. 
L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
L. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



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Globe limestone. Replaced by 
Tornado limestone (Pennsyl- 
vanian and Mississippian), 
and Martin limestone (U. 
and M. Devonian). 

Godiva limestone. 



Goodsprings dolomite. 
Gordon sand. A subsurface 

formation below Pittsburgh 

coal. 
Gowanda shale. 
Grainger shale. Considered of 

Mississippian age by E. O. 

Ulrich, C. Butts, and J. H. 

Swartz. 
Grand Greve limestones. 
Grand Lake limestone member 

(of Presque Isle series). 
Grand Rapids sandstone. 
Grand Tower limestone. 

Grand View dolomite. 
Grants Mill granite. 

Grassy Creek shale. 

Grassy Knob chert. 
Gravel Point Stage. 

Grayback formation. 

Great Bend limestone. In 

Chemung formation. 
Green Pond Mountain group. 



Griffon Cove River beds. 6 Cor- 
related with Keyser member 
of Helderberg. 

Grimes sandstone member (of 
Portage group). 

Groton granite. 

Guilmette formation. 

"Gypidula and Atrypa beds" 
of Cedar Valley limestone. 

"Gyroceras beds." (In Upper 
Davenport beds.) 



Arizona. 



Central Utah. 



S. E. Nevada. 
W. Virginia and Pennsyl- 
vania (Green Co.). 

W. New York. 
Tennessee. 



Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 

N. E. Michigan (Lower pen- 
insula). 

N. W. Ohio. 

E. Missouri and S. W. Illi- 
nois. 

S. Central Idaho. 

Rhode Island. 

N. E. Missouri, S.-E. Iowa, 
and W. Illinois. 

S. W. Illinois. 

N. W. Michigan (lower pen- 
insula). 

N. W. California. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 

N. New Jersey, through 
Orange Co., New York, 
to Hudson River. 

Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 



W. and W. Central New 
York. 

N. E. Vermont. 
W. Utah. 

N.-E. Iowa. 

Central E. Iowa. 



Devonian and 
Carboniferous. 



Mississippian, De- 
vonian, Silurian 
(?), and Ordo- 
vician. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian (?) 



L. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian (?) 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
Carboniferous or 

Devonian. 
Mississippian or 

U. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U., L., and M. 

Devonian and 
Silurian. 
L. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Hackberry group. As origi- 
nally defined by Webster. 

Hackberry shale. 

Hackberry stage of Fenton and 
Belanski. 

Hades quartzite. 

Hamilton formation (where 
indivisible ) . Hamilton group 
of Cooper includes Marcellus 
shale, Skaneateles formation, 
Ludlowville formation, and 
Moscow formation. Earlier 
students have excluded Mar- 
cellus. 

Hamilton period. A time term 
used by J. D. Dana to include 
deposition of Marcellus, 
Hamilton, and Genesee. 

Hamilton shale member (of 
Romney shale). 



Hampshire formation, 
eludes latest Devonian. 
Hancock limestone. 



In- 



Hanover shale. A member of 
Portage formation replacing 
Silver Creek — preoccupied. 

Haragan shale. 

Hardin sandstone member (of 
Chattanooga shale). 

Hare Indian River shales. 

Harpeth and Tennessee River 
group. Includes Pegram, 
Camden, Harriman, Quail, 
and Linden formations (De- 
vonian), and Clifton forma- 
tion (Silurian). 

Harrell shale (of Portage 
group). 

Harriman chert. 

Harrogate formation. 

Hatch shale and flags. In 
Portage formation. 

Hatch shale member (of Port- 
age formation). 

Hauns Bridge group. 

Hay River beds. 



Central N. Iowa. 

N. Central Iowa. 
Central-N. Iowa. 

N. W. and Central W. Col- 
orado and Utah. 

New York, Pennsylvania, 
N. E. Tennessee (?), and 
Ontario. 



Central W., N. W., and S. 
W. Virginia; S. E., N. E. 
and N. half of West Vir- 
ginia. 

Maryland, E. West Virginia, 
Central W. Virginia. 

S. W. Virginia and N. E. 
Tennessee. 

W. New York. 



S. Central Oklahoma. 
W. Tennessee. 

N. of Ramparts of Macken- 
zie River. 
W. Tennessee. 



Central Pennsylvania. 

W. Tennessee. 

British Columbia. 

W. Central New York. 

W. New York. 

Central Pennsylvania. 
Hay River, Mackenzie 
River District. 



U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian and 

Silurian. 
U. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 
Mississippian or 

U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

M. and L. Devo- 
nian and Si- 
lurian. 



U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



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Hay River limestone. Above 
Hay River shale. 

Hay River shale. Below Hay 
River limestone. 

Hayfield limestone. Replaced 
by Little's Corner limestone 
member. K. E. Caster 
(1934). 

Hayfield Monothem. K. E. 
Caster (1934). 

Hayfield shale. Later name 
for Conewango shale. 

Haymaker beds. 

Haystack rhyolite. 

Healing Springs sandstone 
member. New Scotland 
limestone of Helderberg 
group. 

Helderberg limestone and Hel- 
derberg group of Jas. Hall 
(1851). First term is used 
where sediments are not sub- 
divided. 

Helderberg group of early New 
York reports includes: Be- 
craft limestone, New Scot- 
land limestone, and Kalkberg 
limestone, Coeymans of New 
York, and Stormville sand- 
stone of New Jersey. 

Helderberg group west of 
New York includes: Detroit 
River dolomite, Sylvania 
sandstone, Lucas dolomite 
member, Amherstberg dolo- 
mite member, Anderdon 
limestone member, Lucas 
limestone as originally de- 
fined, "Upper Monroe" of re- 
ports, ' 'Monroe group" of 
early reports (in part), Hol- 
land sandstone, Monclova 
sandstone, and Grand Rapids 
sandstone. 

"Lower Helderberg or Water- 
lime group" of early re- 
ports. 

Helderberg group: 

1. Becraft limestone. 

2. New Scotland limestone. 

3. Coeymans limestone. 

4. Keyser limestone. 



Great Slave Lake Area, 
Mackenzie River basin. 

Great Slave Lake Area, 
Mackenzie River basin. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 

W. New York. 
N. W. Maine. 
Central W. Virginia. 



N. W. Maryland, New York, 
and S. W., Central, Cen- 
tral-S., and N. E. Penn- 
sylvania. 

S. E. New York and N. New 
Jersey. 



N. W. Ohio and S. E. Mich- 
igan. 



Central Ohio. 



Central W. Virginia. 



U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 



Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian (?). 

L. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 



L. Devonian and 
Silurian. 

L. Devonian. 



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5. Upper limestone mem- 

ber. 

6. Big Mountain shale mem- 

ber. 

7. Lower limestone member. 

8. Clifton Forge sandstone 

member. 

9. Longdale limestone. 

10. Craigsville limestone. 

11. Healing Springs sand- 

stone member. 
No. 9 is correlated with 
No. 1 and No. 10 with 
No. 2. 
Helderberg group: 
Becraft limestone. 
New Scotland limestone. 
Coeymans limestone. 
Keyser limestone. 
Big Mountain shale member 

(of Keyser limestone). 
Manlius formation of re- 
ports. 
Helderbergian is a time term 
corresponding to the Helder- 
berg sediments interval. 
Hendricks sandstone. Che- 
mung formation. 
Heppel sandstone. Western 
equivalent of Gaspe sand- 
stone in Eastern Gaspe. 
"High Point firestone." Is 
member of Portage formation 
below High Point sandstone. 
High Point sandstone member 

(of Portage formation). 
Hilton member (of Portage 
formation). Part of Chat- 
tanooga shale of early re- 
ports. 
Hinsdale sandstone. 

Holland sandstone. 
Honesdale sandstone group. 

(Catskill formation.) 
Horn River shale. 

Horton slates. 

Hosmer conglomerate. (Hos- 

mer Run conglomerate.) 
Huntersville chert. 



N. E. West Virginia. 



N. half of N. E. West Vir- 
ginia. 

W. part of Gaspe Penin- 
sula, Quebec. 



W. Central New York. 

S. W. Virginia and N. E. 
Tennessee. Type local- 
ity, Scott Co., Virginia. 

S. W. New York and N. W. 

Pennsylvania. 
N. W. Ohio. 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 

Providence-Simpson area, 

Mackenzie River basin. 
Nova Scotia. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 

S. E. West Virginia. 



L. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

M. and U. Devo- 
nian. 



U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 



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Hunton limestone. 
Huron group of Winchell. 

Huron shale (of Newberry, 
1870). See Kindle (1912) 
and Cushing (1931). 

Huron shale of some early re- 
ports. 

Huron shale of Sheffield and 
Birmingham, Erie Co., Ohio. 
Is equivalent of the Genesee 
slates and Portage group of 
New York, according to R. 
P. Whitfield. 

Huron shale. 

Idiostrema beds of the Cedar 
Valley limestone. 

Inch Arran latites. 

Independence shale member 
(of Wapsipinicon limestone). 

"Intermediate beds" of Cedar 
Valley limestone. 

"Intermediate limestone" (of 
R. G. McConnell, 1887). Re- 
placed by Minnewanka for- 
mation of H. W. Shimer, 1926. 

Ipperwash limestone. 

Irasburg granite. 

Ironside dolomite member (of 
Sultan limestone). 

Ironstone quartz diorite. 

Irvine sand. A subsurface 
sand. 

Irvineton parvafacies. 

Ischua sandstone. 

Island Hill formation. (Oris- 
kany series.) 

Island Mesa beds 

Ithaca facies sub-group. 
Includes four members. 

Ithaca shale member (of Port- 
age formation). 

Ivy Point member (of Ludlow- 
ville shale). 



S. E. Oklahoma. 

Lower peninsula of Michi- 
gan (S. E. part). 
N. Ohio. 



N. E. Ohio. 
Ohio (Erie Co.). 



Silurian and De- 
vonian. 

U. Devonian and 
Mississippian. 

U. Devonian. 



U. and M. Devo- 
nian. 
U. Devonian. 



Ontario Peninsula. 
N. E. Iowa. 



U. Devonian. 



U. or M. Devo- 
nian. 
New Brunswick. Devonian. 

N. E. and Central Eastern M. Devonian. 

Iowa. 
N. E. Iowa. U. and M. Devo- 

nian. 
Alberta. M. and L. (?) De- 

vonian. 



Ontario. M. Devonian. 

N. E. Vermont. Devonian. 

S. E. Nevada. Devonian. 

Massachusetts and Con- Devonian (?). 

necticut. 

E. Kentucky. M. Devonian. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. U. Devonian. 

W. New York. U. Devonian. 

N. E. Mississippi. L. Devonian. 

N. Central Arizona. U. Devonian. 

Central S. New York (Ith- U. Devonian. 

aca region). 
Central and E. Central New U. Devonian. 

York. 

Central New York. M. Devonian. 



James River shale. (Chat- S. W. Missouri. 

tanooga shale.) 
Jamestown conglomerate. 

(Top member of Chemung 



W. New York. 



Mississippian or 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



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group at Jamestown.) G. D. 
Harris, 1891. 
Jefferson limestone. 



Jeffersonville limestone. 

Jemison chert. 
Jennings formation. 



Joes Rock granite. 

Juniper Hill formation (of A. 
O. Thomas, 1925). Replaces 
Sheffield formation of C. L. 
Fenton, 1919. 

Kaaterskill formation. Re- 
places Chadwick's restricted 
Catskill. 

Kalkberg limestone member 
(of Helderberg group). 

Kanouse sandstone. (Onon- 
daga fossils.) 

Kashong member. In Moscow 
shale. 

Katsberg red beds. 

Kattel shale. 

Keene limestone. 

Kenneth limestone. Compared 
with Keyser limestone by 
Cumings and Shrock (1928). 

Kennett formation. Corre- 
lated with Calceola beds of 
Devonshire and the Eifel 
District. Included in Sacra- 
mento formation by J. P. 
Smith (1894). 

Kenwood beds (of Wapsipini- 
con limestone). 

Kettle Point shales. 7 

Keyser limestone member (of 
Helderberg group). 



Keyuka flagstone. 



Yellowstone Park, Utah, 

Montana, Wyoming, and 

British Columbia. 
Indiana and N. -Central 

Kentucky. 
E. Alabama. 
Maryland, Central-Western 

and N. W. Virginia and 

West Virginia. 
S. E. Massachusetts. 
Central N. Iowa. 



New York. 



E.-Central, S. E. New York. 

S. E. New York and New 

Jersey. 
Central New York. 

E. New York (Catskills). 
S. E. New York (Otsego 

Co.). 
W. Central Montana. 

Indiana (Cass Co.). 



California. 



Central-E. Iowa. 

Lake Huron, Ontario. 

Central Pennsylvania, N. 
W. Maryland, N. W. and 
Central W. Virginia, Cen- 
tral, S. E., and N. E. 
West Virginia. 

W. Central New York. 



L. (?), M. and XL 
Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



Devonian (?) 
U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian and 
Cambrian. 

Possibly early De- 
vonian. 

M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 



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Kiddville limestone. 

Killbuck conglomerate lentil. 
(Cattaraugus formation.) 

Killians limestone. 

Kiln formation. Fauna related 
to Naples, New York, and 
Three Forks shale of Mon- 
tana. 

Kimberling shale. Type local- 
ity, Bland Co., Virginia. 

Kimman granodiorite. 

Kineo ryolite. 

King Ferry shale member (of 
Ludlowville shale). 

Kings limestone. 

Kingsley red shale member (of 
New Milford formation). 

Kings Mill shales and Kings 
Mill sandstone. 

Kingston beds (preoccupied) 
replaced by Port Ewen lime- 
stone. (Oriskany group.) 

Kiskatom formation. 

Klondike member. Columbus 
limestone. 

Knapp formation. 

Knapp formational suite. 
Knapp monothem. (Lim- 
ited below to include 
the chocolate-colored 
area.) 

Knobsville continental beds. 

Knoydart formation. (Con- 
tinental sediments.) 

Kugitrin formation. 

Kugruk group. 



Kushequa shale member. 



Central N. Kentucky. 
S. W. New York. 

N. E. Michigan. 

E. Jasper Park, Alberta. 



S. W. Virginia and W. Vir- 
ginia. 
N. W. New Hampshire 
W. Maine. 
Central New York. 

Missouri. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 

Central Pennsylvania. 

E. New York and N. half of 
New Jersey. 

S. E. New York. 

Central Ohio (Delaware 

Co.). 
N. W. Pennsylvania and 

S. W. New York. 



Pennsylvania (Fulton Co.). 
Nova Scotia. 

Alaska (Seward Peninsula). 
Alaska (Seward Peninsula). 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 



M. Devonian. 
Mississippian or 

U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 

Devonian (?). 

Silurian, Ordivi- 
cian, and Devo- 
nian (?). 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 



Lackawaxen conglomerate. 

(Catskill formation.) 
Lake Church formation. 
Lake quartz syenite. 

Lambton formation. 8 
Lamoureaux shale. 
Lancaster formation. 



N. E. Pennsylvania. 

S. E. Wisconsin. 
New Hampshire. 

Canada. 

Nevada (Eureka District). 

New Brunswick. 



U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

Devonian. 

Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Landaff granite. 

Landes limestone. 

Lanesboro member (of New 
Milford formation). 

Laona sandstone member (of 
Chemung formation). 

Laurens member (of Tully 
limestone with Hypothyri- 
dina and a modified Ithaca 
fauna). 

Le Boeuf sandstone. (Con- 
glomerate.) 

Leadville limestone. Re- 

stricted to Mississippian and 
Chaffee formation introduced 
for Devonian portion by E. 
Kirk (1931). 

Ledyard member. (Hamilton.) 

Lepidocentrus zone (of Mason 
City substage). 

Letchworth shale. 

Levanna shale. (Hamilton.) 

Levis shale. 

Lewis Run sandstone member 
(of Northern Venango for- 
mation). 

Lewiston chert lentil. 

Lewistown limestone. 

Lewistown limestone shale (of 

J. P. Leslie). 
Lime Creek shale. 
Lime Creek stage of Thomas, 

1913. 
Linden group. 

Lindwurm member. 
Lingle limestone. 

Linwood member (of Cedar 
Valley limestone). 

Lithographic and stromato- 
poroid beds of Cedar Valley 
limestone. 

Little Genesee conglomerate. 

Little River group. Originally 
considered Devonian or Si- 
lurian by G. F. Mathew 
(1863). Now recognized as 
Carboniferous. 



N. W. New Hampshire. 

N. E. West Virginia. 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 

W. New York. 

E. New York. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 
Colorado. 



Central and W. New York. 
Central N. Iowa. 

W. New York. 

Central and W. New York. 

Quebec. 

Central Pennsylvania. 



N. E. West Virginia. 
Central Pennsylvania. 

Central Pennsylvania. 

Central N. Iowa. 
Central N. Iowa. 

W. Tennessee. 

S. E. Wisconsin. 
S. W. Illinois and E. Mis- 
souri. 
E. Iowa. 

Central E. and N. E. Iowa. 



S. W. New York. 
New Brunswick. 



U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
Mississippian. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 

L. Devonian and 

Silurian. 
L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian 

(Helderberg). 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. and M. De- 
vonian. 

U. Devonian. 
Carboniferous. 



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Little Saline limestone. 
Little Traverse Bay limestone. 

Little Traverse group. See 
Traverse formation. 

Little Corner limestone mem- 
ber. 

Littleton formation. 

Littleton member (of Cedar 
Valley limestone). 

Lone Butte limestone member. 

Long Beards Riffs sandstone 
member (of Chemung forma- 
tion). 

Long Lake beds. (Top mem- 
ber of Presque Isle series.) 

Long Lake series of Grabau. 
Restricted by W. A. Ver 
Wiebe (1927) and redefined 
by Warthin, Jr., and Cooper 
(1935). 

Long Rapids shale. 

Longdale limestone. (Helder- 
berg group.) 

Losh Run shale. 

Louisiana limestone. 

"Louisville - Delphi black 
slate." Replaced by New 
Albany shale. 

Lower (Allegrippis) conglom- 
erate. 

Lower Devonian series. In- 
cludes Oriskany and Helder- 
berg groups and equivalents. 

Lucas dolomite member (of 
Detroit River series). 



Lucas limestone. 

Ludlow conglomerate member. 
K. E. Caster (1934) replaced 
this preoccupied name with 
Wetmore conglomerate. 

Ludlowville shale member (of 
Hamilton group). 

Luthers Mills coquinite. In- 
cludes Sherwood's Burling- 
ton limestone. 



Central E. Missouri (St. 

Genevieve Co.). 
Michigan (N. W. part Lower 

Peninsula). 



N. W. Pennsylvania (Craw- 
ford Co.). 
N. W. New Hampshire. 

E. Iowa. 

N. W. Montana. 
W. New York. 



N. E. Michigan. 

Michigan (Lower Peninsula, 
N. E. part). 



N. Ontario (Moose River 

basin). 
Central W. Virginia. 

Pennsylvania (Perry Co.). 
Missouri. 

W. Central Kentucky, Cen- 
tral Indiana. 

N. E. West Virginia. 



N. W. Ohio. Ontario Penin- 
sula, and Michigan 
(Lower Peninsula, S. E. 
part). 

Central E. Iowa. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 



W. and Central New York. 



L. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

L. Devonian (Oris- 
kany). 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 



Pennsylvania 
Co.). 



(Bradford 



L. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Lynn volcanic complex. 



Machias shale. Top member 

Chemung formation. 
McKean group. 
Mackenzie River formations. 
Beavertail limestone. 
Carcajou Mountain beds. 
(Oil producing forma- 
tion.) 
Fort Creek shales. 
Hare Indian River shale. 

Hay River beds. 
Horn River shales. 
Pine Point limestone. 
Presquile dolomite. 
Ramparts limestone. 

Simpson shale. 
Slave Point limestone. 
Mackinac limestone. 



Magnesian beds. Upper of the 
Cedar Valley limestone. 

Mahanoy black shale member 
(of Marcellus formation). 

Mahantango formation. Rep- 
resents Hamilton as gener- 
ally used— beds between Mar- 
cellus and Portage. 

Malbaie conglomerate. 

Manitoban formation. 

Manlius. The fauna appears 
to bridge the Silurian and 
Devonian systems. 

Mansfield red beds. In Che- 
mung formation. 

Maple Green andesite. 

Mapleton granite. 

Mapleton sandstone. 

Marathon sandstone member of 
Ithaca facies subgroup. 

Marble Bay formation. 



N. E. Massachusetts. 

W. New York. 
Pennsylvania. 



Middle and Lower Macken- 
zie River. 



Great Slave Lake District. 

Middle and Lower Macken- 
zie River. 

Great Slave Lake District. 

Great Slave Lake District. 

Michigan (Upper Peninsula, 
E. and N. part, and Lower 
Peninsula, N. E. part). 

N. E. Iowa. 

Central Pennsylvania. 

Central Pennsylvania (Al- 
leghany Front). 



Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 

Manitoba. 

New York. 



N. Central and N. E. Penn- 
sylvania. 
New Brunswick. 
N. E. Maine. 
N. E. Maine. 
S. Central New York. 

British Columbia. 



Marble Cliff limestone. 
Columbus limestone. 

Marblehead limestone. In Co- 
lumbus limestone. 

Marcellus shale. Considered 



In Central Ohio. 



N. E. and Central Ohio. 



New York, New Jersey, 



Devonian or Mis- 
sissippian. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



U. and M. Devo- 
nian. 
M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



M. (?) Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
Lowest Devonian 

(?) and latest 

Silurian. 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
Devonian. 
Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

Devono-Carbonif- 

erous. 
M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



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159 



part of Hamilton group in 
New York. 



Martin limestone. 
Marvin Creek limestone. 
Mascarene series. 
Mason City limestone. 

Mason City limestone or dolo- 
mite. 

Mason City substage of C. H. 
Belanski. Includes Lepido- 
centrus zone, Trigonotreta 
zone, and Aulopora zone. 

Mattapan volcanic complex. 

May Creek formation. 

Meade Co. Gas sand. Oil dril- 
lers' name. 

Menifee gas sand. 

Menteth limestone lentil (of 
Moscow shale). 

Meredith granite. 

Messines formation. 

Mexico sandstone member 

Middle Devonian series. By 
general usage, it includes 
Schoharie grit, Onondaga 
limestone, Hamilton group, 
and their equivalents. 

Middlesex shale member (of 
Portage formation). 

Milesburg formation. 

Milford granite. 

Miller's Cliff conglomerate. 

Miller's sandstone member (of 

Cattaraugus formation). 
Milligen formation. 

Milwaukee formation. Of 

Hamilton and Marcellus age. 
Mineola limestone. 

Minnewanka formation. 

Equivalent of Banff lime- 



Pennsylvania, W. Mary- 
land, Central S. and N. 
E. West Virginia, and 
Ohio. 

S. E. Arizona (Bisbee and 
Gleve regions). 

Pennsylvania (McKean 

Co.). 

New Brunswick. 

Central N. Iowa, Central 

E. Iowa. 
Central N. Iowa. 

Central N. Iowa. 



Rhode Island. 

S. W. Oregon. 
W. Kentucky. 

E. Kentucky. 
W.-Central New York. 

E. New Hampshire. 
British Columbia. 
Central Pennsylvania. 



W. and W.-Central New 
York. 

Central Pennsylvania. 

Rhode Island and E. Mas- 
sachusetts. 

N. W. Pennsylvania (War- 
ren Co.). 

N. W. Pennsylvania (Erie 
Co.). 

S. Central Idaho. 

S. E. Wisconsin. 

N. E. and Central Mis- 
souri. 

Alberta. 



M. and U. Devo- 
nian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

Devonian and 

Silurian (?). 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



Carboniferous or 

Devonian. 
Devonian (?). 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Late Devonian (?). 

Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
Devonian (?). 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian, 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

Carboniferous and 
Devonian (?). 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian, M. 
Devonian, and 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



stone and dolomite. (E. M. 
Kindle, 1924.) 

Misenheimer shale. 

Mispeck group. (Mathew, 
1863.) 

Missouri Mountain formation. 
Divided by A. H. Purdue 
(1909) into Arkansas nova- 
culite and Fork Mountain 
slate (the latter, Pennsyl- 
vanian). 

Moheganter shale and sand- 
stone. In Hamilton group. 

Monarch formation. 

Monclova sandstone. 

Monroe group. Of early re- 
ports. Detroit River series 
later proposed for Upper 
Monroe of Low. Devonian 
age. 

Monroe shales. 



Montague group. 



Montebello sandstone, 
eluded in Hamilton. 

Montebello sandstone. In 
Hamilton formation. Over- 
lain by 2 feet of Montebello 
fossil iron ore. 

Monterey sandstone. Replaced 
by Ridgeley sandstone. 

Montpelier sandstone. 



Montrose red shale. 

formation. 
Montrose sandstone. 

Moody Ledge granite. 



Moose Island series. 

Moose River sandstone. 

Morenci shale. Includes as a 
lower member a limestone. 

Morse Creek limestone. Same 
as the Encrinal and Tichenor 
limestone and lies below Lud- 
lowville (A. W. Grabau, 1917). 

Moscow shale member (of Ham- 
ilton formation). 



S. W. Illinois. 
New Brunswick. 

S. W. Arkansas. 



E. New York. 

Central and N. Montana. 

N. W. Ohio. 

N. W. Ohio and S. E. Michi- 
gan. 



N. New Jersey and S. E. 

New York. 
Yukon Territory. 



In- Pennsylvania. 



Central Pennsylvania, 
(Perry Co.) 



N. W„ Virginia and W. 

Maryland. 
S. E. Iowa. 



Catskill N. E. Pennsylvania. 

S. Central New York and 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 
N. W. New Hampshire. 



Maine. 
W. Maine. 

S. E. Arizona (Clifton re- 
gion). 
W. New York. 



possibly Silu- 
rian. 

M. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

Devonian and 

Pennsylvanian. 



M. Devonian. 

U. and M. Devo- 
nian. 

L. Devonian. 

L. Devonian and 
Silurian. 



M. Devonian. 

Devono-Carbon- 

erous. 
M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 

U. or M. Devo- 
nian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



Central and W. New York. M. Devonian. 



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161 



Mottville member (of Skane- 

ateles shale). 
1 'Moulder sand." Oil drillers' 

name. 
Moulton diorite. 

Mount Forster formation. 
Mount Garfield porphyritic 

quartz syenite. 
Mount Herman sandstone. 

Mount Joli formation. 

Mount Lafayette granite por- 
phyry. 

Mount Marion beds. Marine 
member of lower part of 
Hamilton formation. 

Mount Moat conglomerate. 

Mount Osceola granite. 

Mount Pleasant conglomerate. 
Mount Pleasant red shales. 

Catskill formation. 
Mount Wilson quartzite. 
Mount Wissick group. 
Mountain Glen shale. 
Mowitza shale. 
Muddy Peaks limestone. 

Murailles formation. 

Nahant gabbro. 

Naples beds. Lie between 
Portage sandstone above and 
Genesee beds below. 

Naticopsis zone (of Hackberry 
group). 

Neponset conglomerate. 

Nevada limestone. 

Nevadan series. Applied to 
Nev. limestone by C. Keyes 
(1923). 

New Albany shale. 

New Chapel chert bed. In Sil- 
ver Creek limestone. 
New Hampshire magma series. 



Central New York. 

W. Kentucky. 

N. W. New Hampshire. 

British Columbia. 

N. W. New Hampshire. 

S. W. New York. 

Quebec (Perce, Gaspe Pen- 
insula). 
N. W. New Hampshire. 

S. E. New York. 

N. New Hampshire. 
N. W. New Hampshire. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 

Alberta. 

Quebec. 

S. W. Illinois. 

Utah. 

Nevada. 

Quebec. 

N. E. Massachusetts. 

New York (Ontario Co.). 

Central-N. Iowa. 
E. Massachusetts. 
Nevada (Eureka region). 
Nevada. 



Indiana and N. Central 

Kentucky. 
Indiana (Clarke Co.). 

N. W. New Hampshire. 



M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Late Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

Devonian (?). 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
M. Devonian. 



Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

Devonian (?). 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

M. Devonian or 

older. 
L. Devonian. 

Devonian (?) and 
early Palaeozoic. 
U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

Carboniferous or 
Devonian. 

U. and M. Devo- 
nian. 

Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

Late Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



New Lisbon member. 
New Milford group. In Cats- 
kill formation. 
New Milford sandstone. 

" middle sand- 
stone and shales. 
New Milford lower sand- 
stone. 
New Milford red shales. 
New Scotland limestone (of 
Helderberg group). 



Newark granite. 

Newbury volcanic complex. 

Newfoundland grit. Replaced 
by Kanouse sandstone in 
1908. 

Newport sandy shales and 
sandstones. 

Newport limestone. 

Newport granite. 

Nipisiguit granite. 

Noel shale. (Equivalent of up- 
per part of Chattanooga 
shale.) 

Nora limestone. 

Nora substage (of Belanski). 
Includes Second Actinostroma 
zone, Platyrachella zone, First 
Actinostroma zone. 

North Point member (of Mil- 
waukee formation). 

North River bluestone. (A 
commercial term for a mem- 
ber of Portage formation.) 

North Vernon limestone. (Sel- 
lersburg approximately.) 

North Warren shale member. 

Northeast shale (of Chemung 

formation). 
Norway Point formation. 
Nun da sandstone member (of 

Portage formation). 



Central New York. 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 



U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



E. New York, N. New Jer- 
sey, Pennsylvania, Mary- 
land, Virginia, and N. 
West Virginia. 

N. E. Vermont. 

N. E. Massachusetts. 

S. E. New York, N. half of 
New Jersey. 

Central S. Pennsylvania. 

Central Pennsylvania. 
N. E. Vermont. 
New Brunswick. 
S. W. Missouri. 



Central N. Iowa. 
Central N. Iowa. 



S. E. Wisconsin. 
Central New York. 

S. Indiana (Jennings Co.). 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 

N. W. Pennsylvania and W. 

New York. 
N. E. Michigan. 
W. and Central New York. 



L. Devonian. 



Devonian. 
Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
(Onondaga). 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
Devonian. 
Devonian (?). 
Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



Oatka Creek shale. In Mar- Central and W. New York. M. Devonian. 

cellus shale. 

Ogden quartzite. Utah and Nevada. Devonian. 

Ohio shale. As originally de- Ohio and N. Kentucky. U. and M. Devo- 

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NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN FORMATION NAMES 



163 



Ohio shale, 
ited. 



As generally lim- 



Ohio shale of Edward Orton. 
Includes Cleveland shale, 
Erie shale, and Huron shale 
of Newberry. 

Oil Creek Lake group. Over- 
lies Riceville shale. 

Oil Lake group and Oil Lake 
series. These have been 
claimed to represent Missis- 
sippian by K. E. Caster and 
Upper Devonian by G. H. 
Chadwick. 

"Old Red sandstone" of early 
reports. Includes Catskill 
group, Montrose and One- 
onta sandstone. No. 11, 
Pennsylvania Survey. 

Olentangy shale. Overlies 
Delaware limestone and un- 
derlies black Huron shale. 

Olinger grey shale member. 
Part of Chattanooga shale, 
J. H. Swartz (1927). 

Olive Hill formation. (Mem- 
ber of Linden group.) 

Oliverian magma series. 

Olmsted shale member (of 

Cleveland). 
Oneonta sandstone. 
Onondaga limestone. Includes 

calcareous sediments between 

Marcellus shale and Oriskany 

sandstone. 
Onteora red beds. 
Orange granite. 

Oriskany sandstone. 



Oswayo formation. 

Otis limestone member (of 
Wapsipinicon limestone — sec- 
ond from base). 

Otisco member. Basal member 
of Ludlowville formation. 



Ohio, S. E. Michigan, On- 
tario peninsula, and N. 
Central Kentucky. 

N. Ohio and Ontario. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 
N. W. Pennsylvania. 



New York. 



Central Ohio and Ontario 
peninsula. 

S. W. Virginia and S. E. 
Tennessee. 

W. Tennessee. 

N. W. New Hampshire. 

N. E. Ohio. 

S. E. and New York. 

New York, Pennsylvania, 
W. Maryland, Virginia, 
N. West Virginia, Ohio, 
and Ontario Peninsula. 

S. E. New York (Green Co.). 

N. E. Vermont (Orange 
Co.). 

Ontario peninsula, New 
York, Pennsylvania, W. 
Maryland, Central Vir- 
ginia, and E. West Vir- 
ginia. 

S. W. New York and (?) N. 
Pennsylvania. 

Central E. Iowa. 



Central New York. 



U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian and 
Mississippian 

(?). 

U. Devonian and 
Mississippian. 

Mississippian and 
U. Devonian (?). 



U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 



Mississippian or 

U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Otsego member (of Marcellus 
shale). 

Otselic shale and sandstone. 
Equivalent of lower Ithaca 
shale according to G. H. 
Chadwick. 

Ouray limestone. Line be- 
tween Devonian and Missis- 
sippian faunas has been 
drawn at type locality by 
E. M. Kindle (1909, U. S. 
Geol. Survey, Bull. 391, p. 
10). E. Kirk (1931) uses 
Leadville limestone for Car- 
boniferous part of Ouray 
limestone. 

Owasco member. 

Owen beds or substage. In- 
cluded in upper part of Hack- 
berry group of Webster 
(1889). 

Owls Head granite. 

Ozaukee. 

Panama conglomerate. 

Panola formation. 

Panther Mountain shale and 

sandstone. 
Paracyclas zone of Rock Grove 

substage. 
Parkhead sandstone member 

(of Jennings formation). 
Parrish limestone lentil (of 

Cashaqua shale). 
Parryanus beds of the Cedar 

Valley limestone. 
Parting quartzite member (of 

Chaffee formation). 
Partridge Point formation. 
Paupack sandstone. In Cats- 
kill. 
Paupack shales. In Catskill 

formation. 
Peabody granite. 

Pecksport member (of Mar- 
cellus). 



E. New York. 
Central New York. 

S. W. Colorado. 



Central New York. 
Central N. Iowa. 



N. W. New Hampshire. 
S. E. Wisconsin. 

S. W. New York and N. W. 

Pennsylvania. 
Central N. Kentucky and 

S. E. Kentucky. 
E. New York. 

Central N. Iowa. 

W. Maryland and N. W. 

West Virginia. 
W.-Central New York. 

N. E. Iowa. 

Colorado (Leadville Dis- 
trict). 
N. E. Michigan. 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 

N. E. Massachusetts. 

Central New York. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



Early Mississip- 
pian and U. 
Devonian. 



: 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
M. Devonian. 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian and 
Silurian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. and M. Devo- 
nian. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
M. Devonian. 



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165 



Pegram limestone. Discarded 
by E. R. Pohl (1930) in favor 
of Sellersburg limestone and 
Jeffersonville limestone. 

Pendleton sandstone. 



Peninsula facies of the Gaspe 
sandstone. E. M. Kindle 
(1938). See also York River 
facies. 

Pentamerus limestone. Over- 
lies Tentaculite limestone 
(Manlius limestone). 

Penters chert. 

Pequanac shale. Discarded in 
favor of Cornwall shale. 

Perce limestone. 

"Perce massive." Same as 
Perce limestone. 

Percha shale. 

Perdrix shale. Same as Miette 
of E. M. Kindle (1929). 

Perkins group. 

Perry formation. Hitchcock 

(1860). 
Perry limestone. Keyes (1896) . 



Perry sandstone. Lesley 

(1892). 
Peru limestone. Leslie (1878). 

Peru sandstone. Leslie (1878). 

Petoskey limestone. Top divi- 
sion of Traverse group. 

Petrolia shale. 

Petrolia first sandstone. In 
Pocono formation. Drillers' 
term. 

Phelps sandstone. 

Pic d'Aurore series. 
Picacho de Calera formation. 
Pimple Hill conglomerate. 

Pine Point limestone. 



W. Tennessee River. 



M. Devonian. 



W. Central Indiana. In M. Devonian. 

wells (?)— S.W.andN.W. 

Indiana. 
Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. M. Devonian. 



New York. 

Arkansas. 

Northern New Jersey. 

Quebec. 

Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 

S. New Mexico to S. W. 

Texas. 
Jasper Park, Alberta. 

(Type Sec. on Roche 

Miette.) 
British Columbia. 
New Brunswick and S. E. 

Maine. 
S. E. Missouri. 



Central Pennsylvania 

(Perry Co.). 
Central Pennsylvania, 

(Juniata Co.). 
Central Pennsylvania, 

(Juniata Co.). 
Michigan (Lower Peninsula, 

N. W. part). 
S. W. Ontario. 
Pennsylvania (Butler Co.). 



S. W. Missouri. 

Quebec. 

S. E. Arizona. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 

Great Slave Lake area. 



L. Devonian. 



Devonian. (Prob- 
ably lower.) 
M. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. or early U. 
Devonian. 

Devonian (?). 
U. Devonian. 

M. and L. Devo- 
nian and Silu- 
rian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. or L. Devo- 
nian. 
M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian (?). 



Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

M. Devonian. 



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Pine Top chert. 

Pinean series. 

Piney Ridge sandstone member 
(of Chemung formation) . 

Pinyon Peak limestone. 

Pipe Creek shale member (of 
Wiscoy sandstone). 

Pipestone formation. 

Platyrachella zone of Nora sub- 
stage. 

Plum Creek shale. Olentangy 
shale of reports. 

Pomfret granite. 

Pompey member. In Skane- 
ateles shale. 

Pond granite. 

Ponent series. Synonym for 
Catskill and may include 
Cattaraugus, Oswayo, and 
Knapp formations. 

Pope Hollow conglomerate. 

Port Ewen limestone. (Re- 
places Kingston beds, pre- 
occupied.) 

Port Jervis limestone. 

Port Lamb ton beds. 

Portage group. Includes sedi- 
ments between Genesee shale 
at base and Chemung above. 

Portage sandstone. Sand- 
stones at Portage, New York, 
at top of Portage group. 

Portland Point member. In 
Moscow shale. 

Portland shale. 

Portville conglomerate. "Is 
synonym of Wolf Creek." 
(K. E. Caster.) 

Postmedidial series. Includes 
Marcellus to Chemung. 
Term abandoned as a non- 
geographic name. 

Potlatch anhydrite formation. 

Potter Farm formation. 
Potter parvafacies. 

Prattsburg sandstone and shale. 
Presque Isle series. 



S. E. Oklahoma. 

Nevada (Eureka District) . 

Central Pennsylvania. 

Utah (Central Northern). 
W. New York. 

British Columbia. 
Central-N. Iowa. 

N. E. Ohio. 

S. E. Vermont. 

E. Central New York. 

New Hampshire. 

Appalachian region. 



S. W. New York and N. W. 

Pennsylvania. 
S. E. New York. 



S. E. New York. 

Ontario. 

New York, Pennsylvania, 

Maryland, Virginia, and 

West Virginia. 
W. New York. 



Central and E. Central New 

York. 
W. New York. 
S. W. New York. 



New York and W. Appa- 
lachian region. 



Central N. Montana. 

N. E. Michigan. 
N. Pennsylvania. 

W.-Central New York. 
N. E. Michigan (lower pen- 
insula). 



M. Devonian. 
Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. (?) Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

U. Devonian and 
Carboniferous. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
L. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

M. and U. Devo- 
nian. 



U. or M. Devo- 
nian. 

M. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



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Presqu'ile dolomite. Contains 
the Stringocephalus burtini 
fauna. 

Priest Hill granite. 

Prout limestone. 

Prout series. Includes sedi- 
ments of early Hamilton age 
older than Olentangy shale. 

Pyburn limestone member (of 
Olive Hill formation). 

Quail limestone. 



Ragland sandstone. Intro- 
duced by C. Butts (1927) for 
Hamilton part of Frog Moun- 
tain sandstone. 

Ragland sand. Drillers' name 
for a sand above Ohio shale. 

Rampart series (of J. E. Spurr, 
1898). 

Rampart group. J. B. Mertie 
(1936) restricted Spurrs Ram- 
part series to post-Devonian 
rocks. 

Ramparts limestone. Charac- 
terized by the Stringocephalus 
burtini fauna. 

Rangeley conglomerate. 

Rapid limestone. 

Raymond Quarry beds. Rep- 
resent middle part of Cedar 
Valley limestone. 

Red Mountain group. 

Red Warrior limestone. 
Remick tonalite. 
Renwick shale member. 

Rhinestreet shale member (of 
Portage formation). 

Riceville shale member (of Che- 
mung formation). 

"Richburg sand" oil horizon. 
Probably Upper Portage. 

Ridgeley sandstone. In Oris- 
kany group. 



Great Slave Lake, N. W. 
Territories. 

N. W. New Hampshire. 

N. Ohio. 
N. W. Ohio. 



W. Tennessee. 
W. Tennessee. 
E. Alabama. 

E. Kentucky. 
Yukon River, Alaska. 
Yukon (Tanana region). 



Ramparts of Mackenzie 
River. 

Maine (Franklin Co.). 
Central E. Iowa. 
Central E. Iowa. 



N. Alabama. 

S. W. Utah. 

N. W. New Hampshire. 

Central New York (Ithaca 

region). 
W. and W. Central New 

York. 
N. W. Pennsylvania. 

S. W. New York. 

Central Pennsylvania to 
West Virginia and Vir- 
ginia. 



M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 
(Helderbergian.) 

L. Devonian. 
(Oriskany.) 

M. Devonian. 



Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian and Mis- 
sissippian rocks. 

Mississippian. 



M. Devonian. 

Devonian (?). 
U. Devonian. 
U. or M. Devo- 
nian. 

Devonian to Cam- 
brian. 

Devonian (?) and 
Silurian (?). 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Ridgway shale member. 

Roche Miette limestone. 
(Dowling, 1912). Includes 
"Intermediate limestone" 
and the Flume dolomite of 
Raymond (1930). 

Rochester Biotite granite. 

Rock Grove substage. (In- 
cludes Schizophoria zone 
above and Paracyclas zone 
below.) 

Rockford shale. 

Rockhouse shale. Basal mem- 
ber of Helderberg or Linden 
group. 

Rockport limestone. 

Rockville sandstone. 

Rockville member (of Skane- 
ateles formation). 

Rocky Gap sandstone. 



Rocky Run conglomerate. 
Chemung formation and part 
of Catskill formation. 

Romney shale. 



Ross limestone member (of 
Olive Hill formation). 

Roulette conglomerate. (Che- 
mung conglomerate of Sher- 
wood.) 

Rower vent-agglomerate. 

Rowlesburg sandstone. In 

Chemung formation. 
Roxbury conglomerate. 

Roystone coquinite member. 

Rush member (of Tully lime- 
stone, B. Willard, 1934). 
Contains Hypothyridina ve- 
nustula. 

Rush formation. (B. Willard 
1935.) Supersedes Rush 
member as lowest formation 
of Portage group and includes 
underlying Tully member. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 
Jasper Park, Alberta. 



S. E. New Hampshire. 
Central-N. Iowa. 



Central-N. Iowa. 
W. Tennessee. 



N. E. Michigan. 
S. W. New York. 
Pennsylvania (Dauphin 

Co.). 
S. W. Virginia. 



N. E. Pennsylvania. 

Central and N. Virginia, E. 
West Virginia, W. Mary- 
land, and S. Pennsylvania. 

Tennessee River Valley. 

Central Pennsylvania (Pot- 
ter Co.). 

New Hampshire. 

West Virginia. 

E. Massachusetts. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 

Central Pennsylvania 
(Northumberland Co.). 

Central Pennsylvania. 



U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

M. and U. Devo- 
nian. 



Devonian (?). 
U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

(Helderberg 

group). 
U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 



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Rushford sandstones. 
Ryegate granite. 

Sacramento formation. (Ken- 

nett limestone and shale.) 
Saegerstown shale. 

Sagamore sandstone lentil (of 

Bedford shale). 
Saginaw sand. Oil sand. Near 

top of Traverse formation. 
St. Alban beds. 
St. Clair shale. 

St. Johns plant beds or "fern 
ledges.' ' (Formerly referred 
to the Devonian.) 

St. Laurent limestone. 

Salamanca conglomerate mem- 
ber (of Cattaraugus forma- 
tion or Conewango formation 
where Cattaraugus and Os- 
wayo cannot be separated.) 

Salamanca formational suite. 
Includes three members. 

Sallisaw sandstone. 

Salmontrout limestone. 

Saltville chert. 
Sandusky limestone. 
Santa Rita limestone. 
Santiago chert. 
Saragossa quartzite. 

Saverton shale. Treated as 
Kinderhook by U. S. Geol. 
Survey. 

Sawback formation. Origi- 
nally described as a Devonian 
formation; shown by E. M. 
Kindle (1924) to be Cambrian. 

Sawyer quartz syenite. 

Saxton conglomerate member 
(of Chemung formation). 
Called Lackawaxen conglom- 
erate in I. C. White's report 
on this area. 

Saxton shale. Montrose red 
shale. 



W. New York. 


U. Devonian. 


N. E. Vermont. 


Devonian. 


N. California. 


M. Devonian. 


N. W. Pennsylvania (Erie 


U. Devonian or 


Co.). 


Carboniferous. 


N. E. Ohio. 


Mississippian or 




U. Devonian. 


E. Michigan. 


M. Devonian. 


Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 


L. Devonian. 


Michigan (lower peninsula, 


U. Devonian. 


S. E. part). 




St. Johns, New Brunswick. 


Carboniferous. 



E. Missouri. M. Devonian. 

W. New York and N. W. Mississippian or 
Pennsylvania. U. Devonian. 



S. W. New York and N. W. 

Pennsylvania. 
E. Oklahoma. 
Porcupine River, N. E. 

Alaska. 
S. W. Virginia. 
N. and Central Ohio. 
S. E. Arizona. 
S. W. Texas. 
S. E. California. 

N. E. Missouri, W. Illinois, 
and S. E. Iowa. 

Alberta. 

New Hampshire. 
Central Pennsylvania. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. (?) Devonian. 

Devonian (?). 

Probably Devo- 
nian or Silurian. 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

U. Cambrian or 
Beekmantown. 



Devonian or Car 

boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 



Central Pennsylvania. 



U. Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Saxton shale, 
mation. 



In Catskill for- 



Schizophora zone of the Rock 
Grove substage. 

Schoharie grit. 

Schoharie stage. Includes 
Schoharie grit and Esopus 
shale. 

Schunnemunk conglomerate. 

Scioto slates and shales (of D. 
D. Owen) . Replaced by Ohio 
shale. 

Scutella limestone. Underlies 
Oriskany. 

Second Pentamerus limestone. 

Selinsgrove shale. Underlies 
Selinsgrove lower limestone. 

Selinsgrove upper sandstone. ' 
lower 
" upper limestone, 

lower 

Sellersburg limestone (of E. M. 
Kindle (1899). Includes Sel- 
lersburg limestone of Seiben- 
thal, "Encrinal" limestone of 
early reports, and Beechwood 
limestone member of Butts. 

Seneca limestone. 

Senecan group. (Includes Por- 
tage beds, Genesee shale, and 
Tully limestone.) 

Sevy dolomite. 



Sextant formation. A conti- 
nental formation. 

Shaffer shale (of J. M. Clarke, 
1903). Levanna shale of 
Cooper (1930) replaces this 
shale because of better ex- 
posures. 

Shamokin black shale member 
(of Marcellus formation). 

Sharon syenite. 

Shawangunk grit. 

Shawmut group. 

Sheffield formation. 

Shelby limestone. This is a 
synonym for Geneva lime- 
stone which has priority. 



S. Central Pennsylvania 
(Bedford Co.), and E. 
West Virginia. 

Central-N. Iowa. 

E. New York. 
New York. 



New York. 
S. Ohio. 



E. New York. 

New York. 

Central Pennsylvania. 



Central Pennsylvania. 

S. Indiana, N. Central Ken- 
tucky. 



Central New York. 
New York. 



W. Utah (Gold Hill Dis- 
trict). 
Abitibi River, N. Ontario. 

W. Central New York. 



Central Pennsylvania. 

S. E. Massachusetts. 

New York. 

E. Massachusetts. 

Central N. Iowa. 
Central Indiana. 



U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
M. and L. Devo- 
nian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



L. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 

L. or M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 

Devonian (?). 
Devonian. 
Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



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171 



Central S. New York. 



E. Central New York. 



Shell Rock limestone. Defined Central N. Iowa. 

by A. O. Thomas (1927). 

Studied later by Fenton, 

Belanski, and Laudon. 
Sherburne shale. (W. W. 

Mather, 1843.) Not clearly 

defined. 
Sherburne flagstone member 

(of Portage formation). L. 

Vanuxem (1840). 
Shohola formation. Comprises N. E. Pennsylvania. 

continental beds under Da- 
mascus red shale. 
Shriver limestone. Underlies 

Ridgeley sandstone. Oris- 

kany group. 
Shriver chert member. In 

Oriskany group. 



N. W. Maryland and S. W. 
and Central Pennsylvania. 



Shumla sandstone member (of 
Chemung formation). 

Silica shale. In Traverse for- 
mation. 

Silver Creek limestone member 
(of Sellersburg limestone). 

Silver Creek shale. 

Silver shales. 

Simonson dolomite. 

Simpson shale. With Portage 
fauna. 

Six Mile shale member. Top 
of Middlesex shale formation. 

Skaneateles shale. In Hamil- 
ton group. 

Skinners Eddy limestone. In 
Catskill formation. 

Skunnemunk conglomerate. 

Slave Point limestone. 

Slide Mountain conglomerate. 

Smethport magnafacies. Equiv- 
alent of Catskill and includes 
Cattaraugus parvafacies. 

Smethport shale member (of 
Knapp formation). Replaced 
by K. E. Caster (1934) with 
Kushequa shale member. 

Snyder Creek shale. 

Solon limestone. 



Central Pennsylvania, Mary- 
land, Western Virginia, 
and West Virginia. 

W. New York. 



N.W.Ohio (Lucas Co.). 

S. Indiana and Central N. 

Kentucky. 
New York (Chatauquay 

Co.). 
S. W. New Mexico. 
W. Utah. 
Head of Upper Mackenzie 

River Valley. 
Central New York (Ithaca 

region). 
Central and W. New York. 

N. E. Pennsylvania. 

New York and N. New 

Jersey. 
Great Slave Lake District. 
E. New York (Catskill 

Mountains). 
N. W. Pennsylvania. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 



Central Missouri. 
E. Central Iowa. 



U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian, 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian.- 
M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 



U. Devonian. 
M. (?) Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Solsville member 

cellus). 
Somerville slate. 



Sonneau Brook beds. (E. M. 
Kindle, 1938.) Member 
Gaspe sandstone and cor- 
related with Four Mile Brook 
shale member of Heppel 
sandstone. 

Sonyea formation. Applied by 
Chadwick (1933) to combined 
Middlesex and Cashaqua. 
Name Sonyea renounced 
later by Chadwick. 

Spirifer zone of the Cerro 

Gordo substage. 
'Spirifer pennatus beds" part 
of Wapsipinicon limestone. 

Spirifer macrothyris zone (of 
Venus member Columbus 
limestone). 

Spotted Bear limestone mem- 
ber. Top of Jefferson lime- 
stone. 

Spring Grove member (of Wap- 
sipinicon limestone). 

Springvale sandstone. Carries 
Onondaga fauna. 

Squantum tillite member (of 
Roxbury conglomerate). 

Square Lake limestone. 

Squaw Bay limestone. 

Stafford limestone member (of 
Skaneateles shale). 

Staghorn Point submember (of 
Otisco member of Ludlow- 
ville shale). 

Standish flagstone member (of 
Genesee shale). 

Starbird formation. 

Starrucca shale and sandstone. 
In Catskill or Chemung for- 
mation. 

State Quarry limestone. 

Stewart andesites. 

Stony Brook beds. In Che- 
mung formation. 

Stony Lonesome bed. Name 
has no standing. 

Stormville sandstone. 



(of Mar- Central New York. 
E. Massachusetts. 
Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. 



M. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 



W. New York (Genesee 
River region). 



Central-N. Iowa. 
Central-E. Iowa. 
Central Ohio. 

N. W. Montana. 

E. Iowa. 

Ontario (Hagersville re- 
gion). 
E. Massachusetts. 

N. E. Maine (Aroostook 

Co.). 
N. E. Michigan. 
W.-Central New York. 

Central New York. 

W.-Central New York. 

British Columbia. 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 



Central E. Iowa. 
New Brunswick. 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 

N. W. Pennsylvania (War- 
ren Co.). 

N. half of New Jersey and 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 



U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

L. Devonian. 
(Helderberg). 

L. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

L. Devonian. 
(Helderberg). 



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Stormville shale. 
Stormville conglomerate. 

Stormville limestone. In Hel- 
derberg limestone. 

Striatula zone of Cerro Gordo 
substage. 

Styliolina or Genundewa lime- 
stone. 

Sub-Blairsville red shale mem- 
ber (of Chemung formation). 

Sub-Olean conglomerate. Re- 
placed by Knapp formation. 

Sugar Hill quartz monzonite. 

Sugar-Loaf dacites. 
Sultan limestone. 

"Sunbury Calciferous sand- 
rock." 

Swan Creek phosphate. Over- 
lies Hardin sandstone and 
underlies Chattanooga shale. 
Often becomes apparently 
Hardin sandstone. 

Sweetland Creek shale. 

Sycamore Creek sandstone. 
Has been treated as a mem- 
ber of Jerome formation. 

Sycamore sandstone member 
(of Chattanooga shale). 

Sylvania sandstone. 

Sylvania dolomite. 



Table Rock sandstone. 
Tahkandit series. 

Takotna formation. 

Taku group. 

Talford schist. 

Talon formation. 

Tanners Hill quarry rock. In 
Conewango formation. 

Tanners Hill red. In Cone- 
wango formation. 

Taylorsville formation. 



N. E. Pennsylvania. 
Central and N. E. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
N. E. Pennsylvania. 

Central-N. Iowa. 

New York. 

W. Pennsylvania. 

N. W. Pennsylvania and S. 

W. New York. 
N. W. New Hampshire. 

New Brunswick. 

Nevada (Gold Springs 

Quadrangle). 
Central Ohio. 

W. Tennessee. 



S. E. Iowa and W. Illinois 

(?). 
N. E. and Central Arizona. 



S. W. Missouri, N. Arkan- 
sas, and E. Oklahoma. 

N. W. Ohio and Michigan 
and W. Ontario. 

N. W. Ohio and Michigan 
(lower peninsula, S. E. 
part). 

W. New York (Genesee 

River) . 
Alaska (Yukon River). 

S. Alaska. 

British Columbia. 

N. W. New Hampshire. 

Quebec. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 

California (Taylorsville re- 
gion). 



L. Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

Devonian. 

U. or M. Devonian 

Mississippian and 

U. Devonian (?). 

U. Devonian or 

Mississippian. 



U. Devonian or 

Mississippian. 
U. Devonian. 



Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

L. Devonian. 
(Helderberg) 

L. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 

Devonian (?) to 

Permian. 
M. Devonian. 
Devonian (?). 
L. Devonian (?). 
Devonian (?). 
Mississippian or 

U. Devonian. 
Mississippian or 

U. Devonian. 
Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Temple Butte limestone. 

Tentaculite limestone. 

eluded in Helderberg. 
Terra Cotta series. 



In- 



Texado group. 

Thiensville formation. 
Three-Forks shale and three- 
forks limestone. 

Thunder Bay series. 

Thunder Bay shales. It is sug- 
gested by E. R. Pohl (1930) 
that for beds below Encrinal 
limestone in Ontario Olen- 
tangy be dropped in favor of 
Thunder Bay shales. 

Tichenor limestone member (of 
Ludlowville shale). 

Tidioute shale member. 

Tinkers Falls member. Basal 
member of Tully formation. 
Tioga magnafacies. 

Tiona sand. Drillers' term. 
Titelna volcanics. 
Tonzono group. 



Topache limestone. 
Totatlanika schist. 

Towanda sandstone. In Che- 
mung formation. 

Traverse formation. 9 

Trigonotreta zone of Mason 
City substage. 

Trimmers Rock sandstone. 

Triphammer shale member (of 
Ithaca facies subgroup). 

Trousdale shale. 

Tufts quartzite member (of 
Cambridge slate). 

Tully limestone. 



N. Arizona (Grand Can- 
yon). 
New York. 

S. E. Alaska. 



British Columbia. 

S. E. Wisconsin. 

Montana, W. Wyoming, 
Idaho, N. Utah, and Yel- 
lowstone Park. 

N. E. Michigan. 

N. E. Michigan. 



Central to W. New York. 

N. W. Pennsylvania (Craw- 
ford Co.). 
Central New York. 

Central N. Pennsylvania. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 

Alaska. 

Central S. Alaska. 



S.E. Utah. 

Alaska. 

N. E. Pennsylvania (Brad- 
ford Co.). 
Michigan. 
Central-N. Iowa. 

S. Central Pennsylvania. 
Central New York (Ithaca 

region). 
Central Tennessee. 
E. Massachusetts. 

New York and Pennsyl- 
vania. 



U. (?) Devonian. 
L. Devonian. 

Devonian (?), Si- 
lurian, Ordo- 
vician. 

Devono-Carbonif- 
erous (?). 

Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

Silurian, Devo- 
nian, and Car- 
boniferous. 

Devonian (?) and 
Mississippian. 

Silurian or Devo- 
nian (?). 

U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 



9 For the numerous subdivisions of this formation, see Wilmarth, M. G. (1938) U. S. Geol. Survey, 
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v 



Tully pyrite layer. 

Tuna conglomerate. Included 

in Venango formation. 
Tunangwant conglomerate. 

Tunbridge granite. 

Turkey Ridge sandstone 

member. 
Turtle Mountain group. 



Ulsterian stage or epoch. In- 
cludes Onondaga limestone 
and Schoharie grit (N. Y. 
State Survey usage.) 

Unadilla formation. Base re- 
defined by G. A. Cooper 
(1935) and placed above top 
of fimbriata zone of Tully 
with top at base of Oneonta 
sandstone. 

Union formation. 

Union shale. Corresponds to 
Three Forks shale. 

Union Springs member. In 
Marcellus shale. 

Upper Devonian series. In- 
cludes all Devonian sedi- 
ments down to base of Tully. 

Valentine limestone member 

(of Sultan limestone). 
Vallenar formation. 

Valley Head sandstone. 

Van Etten zone of Tropido- 
leptus. 

Venango formation of Lesley. 
Topmost division of Che- 
mung formation. 

Venango monothem. Includes 
beds between base of Rice- 
ville and base of Panama 
conglomerate. 

enango oil sand group of I. C. 
White (1881). 

Venice member Columbus lime- 
stone. Includes "bone bed" 
at top. 

Vergent series — Portage and 
Chemung. 



W. New York. 
Pennsylvania. 

N. W. Pennsylvania and S. 

W. New York. 
N. E. Vermont. 
Central Pennsylvania. 

Alberta. 



New York. 



E. -Central New York. 



Nova Scotia. 



W. Central Montana. 



Central New York. 



S. E. Nevada. 

S. E. Alaska (Ketchikan re- 
gion). 
E. West Virginia. 
S. Central New York. 

Central N. Pennsylvania. 



N. W. Pennsylvania. 

N. W. Pennsylvania. 
N. E. and Central Ohio. 

Pennsylvania. 



U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 

Mississippian. 
Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian and 

Carboniferous. 

M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 



U. Devonian or 

Carboniferous. 
M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 



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INDEX OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVONIAN CEPHALOPODA 



Vernon limestone. 



Victoria series. 



W. Massachusetts (Berk- Devonian, 
shire Hills) and S. E. 
Vermont. 
British Columbia. Devonian (?) or 

Carboniferous. 
Vinton phase (of Otis limestone Central E. Iowa. M. Devonian. 

of Norton). 
Volusia shale. Fourth from W. New York (Chautauqua U. Devonian, 
top of Upper Devonian for- Co.). 

mations in Chautauqua Co. 



Walker shale. Underlies Kim- 
berling shale and overlies 
Giles formation. Distin- 
guished by its black color 
from the green Kimberling 
into which it grades. 

Wanakah shale member (of Lud- 
lowville formation). Graban 
(1917) designated by this 
name the lower Hamilton 
shales underlying the Encri- 
nal limestone of Eighteen- 
mile Creek, Cooper (1930) 
traced these beds from Lake 
Erie to Seneca Lake. 

Wapsipinicon limestone. 

Warren oil sand group. Drill- 
ers' name for 300 feet of Che- 
mung sands. 

Wasatch limestone. 

Waugh sand. Drillers' name. 
"Waverly" shale. (Also "Wav- 

erly Blue shale" of some 

early reports.) 
Webster group. Includes chert, 

sandstone, quartzite, and 

rarely oolitic bands. 
Wellesley formation. 

Wellsburg sandstone member 
(of Chemung formation). 

West Brook member. Top 
member of Tully limestone. 

West Dummerston granite. 

West Fork formation. 

West Hill formation. Lies be- 
tween Nunda sandstone 
above and Grimes sandstone 
below. 



S. W. Virginia. 



U. Devonian. 



W. New York. 



E. Iowa and S. W. Illinois. 
N. W. Pennsylvania. 



N. E. Utah. 

W. Pennsylvania. 
S. E. Ohio. 



E. Alaska. 

Central and W.-Central 

New York. 
Central New York. 

S. E. Vermont (Windham 

Co.). 
N. Alaska. 
W. Central New York. 



M. Devonian. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



Mississippian to 

Ordivician. 
U. Devonian. 
Mississippian or 

U. Devonian. 



S. W. Missouri (Green Co.). Devonian. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 
U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 

U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



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West Jefferson sandstone. Un- 
derlain by Columbus lime- 
stone. 

West Range limestone. 

West River shale member (of 
Genesee shale group). Pre- 
viously called "Upper Gen- 
esee shale." 

West Roxbury slate. 

Westfield shale member (of 
Chemung formation). 

Westfield phase (of Otis lime- 
stone). Represents basal 
conglomerate part of Otis 
limestone resting on Silurian. 

Wetmore conglomerate mem- 
ber. 

Whetstone Branch shale. 

White Mountain magma series. 

White Ridge limestone. Basal 
member of Jefferson lime- 
stone. 

Whitecap schist series. 

Widder beds. These include 
beds above Olentangy shale 
with a Hamilton fauna and 
flattened concretions. Type 
locality at Widder Village 
near Thedford, Ontario. 

Wild Cat coquinite. Replaced 
by Roystone coquinette 
member of Devonian age. 
(K. E. Caster, 1934). 

Williams Brook coquinite. In 
Ithaca facies subgroup. 

Williams Canyon limestone. 

Williams Island limestone. 
This limestone has yielded 
Hypothyrus cuboides. 

Windom shale member (of Mos- 
cow formation). 

Winnipegosis dolomite forma- 
tion. Contains most easterly 
Canadian occurrence of 
String ocephalus burtini. 

Wiscoy shale and sandstone. 
(Top member Portage 
group.) 



Central Ohio. 



E. Nevada. 
W.-Central New York. 



E. Massachusetts. 
W. New York. 
Central E. Iowa. 



N. W. Pennsylvania and S. 
W. New York. 

N. E. Mississippi. 

Central and N. New Hamp- 
shire. 

N. W. Montana. 



British Columbia. 

Ontario, Pennsylvania, 
Ohio, and Michigan. 



N. W. Pennsylvania (Mc- 
Kean Co.). 



Central New York, Ithaca 

District. 
E. Colorado. 
N. Ontario (Abitibi River). 



W. New York (Lake Erie 

region). 
Manitoba. 



W. and W.-Central New 
York. 



M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 



Carboniferous or 

Devonian. 
U. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

U. Devonian. 

U. Devonian or 
Carboniferous. 

M. Devonian. 



Devono-Carbonif- 

erous. 
M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian or 
Mississippian. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian (?). 
U. and M. Devo- 
nian. 

M. Devonian. 

M. Devonian. 



U. Devonian. 






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Wittenberg shale. 

Wolf Creek conglomerate len- 
til. At base of Cattaraugus 
formation. 

Wolfpen tonolite. 

Woodbury granite. 

Woodchopper volcanics. 

Woodcock sandstone. Upper- 
most member of "Venango 
group." 

Woodford formation. 

Woodford chert. 

Wc»odmont shale member (of 

Jennings formation). 
Woodpecker limestone. 
Wrightsville conglomerate. 



Yellow Creek beds. Includes 
at top: Carmac limestone 
(Mississippian) and Whet- 
stone Branch formation (Up- 
per Devonian), Island Hill 
formation, and New Scotland 
limestone (Lower Devonian). 

York River beds. Represent 
older beds of Gaspe sand- 
stone. Named by H. S. Wil- 
liams (1910). 

York River facies (E. M. 
Kindle, 1938). Represents 
the marine facies of the 
Gaspe sandstone west of the 
Peninsula facies. 

Yellow Leaf quartz schist. 

York Harbor biotite granite. 

Younkin formation. Only in 
wells. 



S. E. Missouri. 
S. W. New York. 



E. Central Massachusetts. 

N. E. Vermont. 

N. E. Alaska (Eagle-Circle 

District). 
N. W. Pennsylvania (Erie 

Co.). 

Oklahoma. 

Central and S. E. Oklahoma. 

N. West Virginia, W. Mary- 
land, and S. Pennsylvania. 

Nevada (Eureka District). 

N. W. Pennsylvania (War- 
ren Co.). 

N. E. Mississippi. 



M. Devonian. 
U. Devonian or 
Mississippian. 

Devonian (?), 
Devonian. 
M. Devonian. 

Devonian or Car- 
boniferous. 

Devonian and 

Mississippian. 

U. Devonian or 
Mississippian. 

U. Devonian. 

Devonian. 
Mississippian or 
U. Devonian. 

Devonian and 

Mississippian. 



Gaspe Peninsula, E. Quebec. M. Devonian. 



Gaspe Peninsula, E. Quebec. M. Devonian 



E. Alabama. 

S. W. Maine. 

N. Central Kansas. 



Devonian. 
Devonian (?). 
Devonian or Si- 
lurian (?). 



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